CLIFTON, N.J. – February 13, 2018 – Comodo CA, a worldwide leader in digital identity solutions, today announced that it has entered into an enterprise partner agreement with one of the largest diversified financial services institutions in the U.S.
With ever-growing and evolving malware attacks, cybercrime and related threats, there is an increased need for the protection of digital information, network traffic encryption and enhanced trust in websites. To meet these challenges, the bank selected Comodo CA to diversify options available to its enterprise customers while delivering multiple certificate options with competitive pricing, superior support, and a streamlined certificate ordering process.
“Comodo CA offers the best value in SSL/TLS certificates,” said Christopher Kissel, senior industry analyst with Frost & Sullivan. “Competitive pricing is one component of this success, though Comodo CA has long-time recognition in SSL/TLS certificates, with a convenient web interface for certificate acquisition and installation.”
“We’re pleased that this large financial institution chose Comodo CA to expand the options available to their customers while delivering value to its enterprise customers,” said Bill Holtz, CEO of Comodo CA. “Enterprise organizations are increasingly seeking diversity in their SSL and security solutions, as well as reasonably priced, easy-to-manage solutions. Comodo CA checks all these boxes.”
About Comodo CA
A trusted advisor by enterprises globally for more than two decades, Comodo CA provides digital identity solutions for businesses of all sizes – protecting their employees, customers, intellectual property and overall brand – from damages caused by fraudsters impersonating people and devices.
As the largest commercial certificate authority with over 100 million SSL certificates issued worldwide, Comodo CA has the experience and performance to meet the growing need to secure transactions and create online trust. For more information, visit ComodoCA.com.
Lisa Johnson, LJ Strategic Communications