HID Global®, a provider of trusted identity solutions, announces that its IdenTrust® business was named the number one certification authority in the world for the second year in a row, according to the latest independent research results from W3Techs, a technology survey company that consistently tracks the SSL certificate market.
As the market pioneer for digital certificates, IdenTrust is now used by 31.1% of all websites, more than doubling its user base since 2018. IdenTrust digital certificates support real-time validation of Internet traffic on a scalable, software-as-a-service platform.
Secure and scalable platform
IdenTrust helps create a trusted environment that secures business-critical and life-critical data
IdenTrust helps create a trusted environment that secures business-critical and life-critical data. HID’s IdenTrust digital certificates are widely recognised by government agencies, global financial institutions and enterprise corporations around the world. IdenTrust products enable organisations to effectively manage the risks associated with identity authentication and ensure trust in the identity of a person or a thing.
“HID’s IdenTrust digital certificates once again prove to be the most trusted in the world,” said Brad Jarvis, Vice President and Managing Director, IAM Solutions with HID Global. “Continuing the solid growth of our IdenTrust user base, HID Global provides digital certificate services from a secure and scalable platform, as part of the widest range of authentication solutions in the industry.”
Complex enterprise data protection
When IdenTrust digital certificates are combined with HID’s identity & access management platform, the company is able to scale to the requirements of the industry’s most challenging environments, such as certificate-based authentication for complex enterprise data protection and for the protection of billions of connections.
In addition, IdenTrust digital certificates are particularly useful for surveillance (cameras, video management), transportation infrastructure (air, cars and trains), healthcare (medical devices) and financial services (ATMs) end-points. The rapid expansion of the Internet of Things (IoT) as well as mobile applications is also driving the increased adoption of digital certificates.