CLIFTON, N.J., July 6, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Comodo, a global innovator and developer of cybersecurity solutions and the worldwide leader in digital certificates, and TrustCert, a Brazilian division of e-Safer specializing in TLS/SSL digital certificates, today announced a new partnership to provide Comodo digital certificates solutions and managed security services to the Brazilian market. The partnership supports Comodo's strategy to expand its reach into fast-growing global markets by establishing partnerships and enabling strategic relationships with local technology companies.
TrustCert is led by the same founders of e-Safer, one of the fastest growing information security companies in Brazil, and will be one of the first to offer Comodo's newest managed security service for websites and applications, Comodo cWatch Web, in the region.
"Monitoring and maintaining current security practices has become increasingly complex in Brazil," said William Bergamo, president of e-Safer and co-founder of TrustCert. "Our partnership with Comodo helps us solve this problem and deliver innovative new solutions, such as cWatch Web, so our customers can trust their businesses and protect against online threats."
Michael Fowler, president of Comodo CA, said, "Expanding Comodo's solutions in Brazil through TrustCert, with deep security background from its parent company e-Safer, will provide customers with advanced cybersecurity solutions from a local specialist. This is necessary in the environment and will further Brazil's internet safety overall. We are excited to collaborate with the TrustCert team and to strengthen its ability to provide PKI certificate management platforms, a full suite of PKI products, and managed security services that cater to businesses of all sizes."
Comodo solutions will be available through TrustCert in the summer of 2017 at http://www.trustcert.com.br/.
The Comodo organization is a global innovator of cybersecurity solutions, protecting critical information across the digital landscape. Building on its unique position as the world's largest certificate authority, Comodo authenticates, validates and secures networks and infrastructures from individuals to mid-sized companies to the world's largest enterprises. Comodo provides complete end-to-end security solutions across the boundary, internal network and endpoint with innovative technologies solving the most advanced malware threats, both known and unknown. With global headquarters in Clifton, New Jersey and branch offices in Silicon Valley, Comodo has international offices in China, India, the Philippines, Romania, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit comodo.com.
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About e-Safer and TrustCert
e-Safer is a company specializing in information security and digital transformation solutions. Founded in 2012, it has experienced rapid growth and expansion of its activities throughout the Brazilian market. Within the focused and highly specialized work strategy, the founders of e-Safer created TrustCert, a company focused on TLS / SSL digital certificates, delivering a specialized reseller in guiding the customer to the best certificate for their profile and supporting them with highly specialized technical support. Through workshops and lectures on the subject, TrustCert seeks to raise awareness among all web users about the importance of using SSL and TLS.
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