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Comodo Simplifies Administration of Secure Email Certificates

Enables Management of S/MIME Encryption

With great power comes great responsibility. The power to beam messages and business correspondence around the world has revolutionized communications. It has also given birth to a less glamorous responsibility: managing the encryption that makes email privacy and security possible.

Comodo, a world leader in Internet trust, makes the use and management of secure email easy. Unless email is encrypted, anyone with access can read, and potentially change, its content or impersonate the true author. Encrypted email is generally exchanged after the recipients first share their digital certificates, each of which contains a public key. This allows encrypted content to be created and then read only by the certificate owner. The message decryption process uses a “private key” that only the intended recipient holds.

If an entire organization regularly sends encrypted email, hundreds or thousands of secure email certificates, one for each employee or email address, may be required. To simplify the management this complex task, Comodo’s Certificate Manager can be used to deploy and administer all types of digital certificates used by an organization. Comodo’s secure and accredited PKI systems and Certificate Manager help thousands of organizations to simplify their digital certificate administration and needs.

An animated tutorial explains how to order, apply, install and use Corporate Secure Email Certificates.

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Katharine Hadow is a marketing communications professional in New Jersey, USA