Comodo Partners with ESDINAMICO

ImageIT security solutions provider Comodo ( announced on Wednesday that it has partnered with South American Web software and security provider ESDINAMICO. ESDINAMICO will develop digital signatures solutions under the brand idSegura, using Comodo personal certificates.

Earlier this month, Comodo announced the availability of its SSL certificates through the Parallels Partner Storefront. With this partnership, ESDINAMICO customers will be able to request, authorize, reject or cancel certificates for themseleves, as idSegura integrates Comodo's Enterprise Public Key Infrastructure (EPKI).

"Comodo's certificates are compatible with virtually any software system on the market, either on the server or client side," Hartmut Bock, ESDINAMICO chief executive officer said in a statement. "The functionality of EPKI has definitely helped us to offer our customers integrated solutions that make them much more efficient in their duties and to popularize the use of digital signatures in our country."

Ecuador-based ESDINAMICO's digital signature solution offerings with integration of Comodo EPKI include: electronic invoicing solution e-billing, PKI authentication system, individual and bulk e-signer and digital custody of documents.

"We are delighted to enter into this partnership by teaming with ESDINAMICO to provide Internet security to e-businesses in this burgeoning market," said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Comodo CEO and chief security architect.

The e-billing solution uses Comodo personal certificates to ensure the validity and authenticity of each invoice.

ESDINAMICO's PKI authentication system identifies users through their digital signature, instead of the less secure but more common authentication method involving a username and password.

Individual and bulk digital signer software allows users to digitally sign documenets in various formats.  

ESDINAMICO's idSegura digital custody service enables the storage of sensitive documents in a secure and validated environment, adding digital signatures at the moment of storage and every time a document is downloaded with time stamp functionality.(
Last modified onSaturday, 06 May 2017 10:07