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Comodo CA and Korea Information CA expand partnership in Asia

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Comodo CA and Korea Information CA (KICA) are expanding their partnership in Asia, to offer digital web security solutions in Vietnam and Indonesia.

KICA is a prominent certification authority in Asia, while Comodo CA is a global leader in digital web security solutions. The partnership will help both the companies to further expand their footprints in the region.

As a part of the partnership, Comodo CA will be able to leverage localized sales and support of KICA in Asia to reach more enterprises and customers and offer web security services.

“KICA has strong relationships throughout Asia and specifically in emerging geographical regions primed for rapid adoption of digital web security solutions,” explained Michael Fowler, President Channels and Partners, Comodo CA.

“Through our partnership, Comodo CA is well positioned to further extend our offerings throughout new regions within Asia and benefit from KICA’s leadership in integrated authentication.”

On the other hand, KICA will now exclusively provide Comodo CA’s TLS/SSL certificates to enterprises in Vietnam, Indonesia and Republic of Korea.

“We have historically had great success with our Comodo CA partnership, enabling us to sell high volumes of digital certificates to organizations of all sizes, across many industries,” said Mr. Sangjun Kim, CEO of KICA.

“The expanded relationship enables KICA to exclusively offer a variety of certificates from the world’s largest and longest-standing CA.”

TLS (Transport Layer Security) and SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) are security protocols, used to establish a secure link between a web server and a web browser. Enterprises need TLS/SSL certificates to implement these protocols.

Importance of these certificates have increased all the more for enterprises as Google now marks all the websites without SSL as ‘not secure’. The ‘not secure’ warning tells the website visitors that the website doesn’t encrypt the connection, hence the confidential information submitted on the site is not secure.

Also read: 400 million unique malware samples detected globally in Q2 2018: Comodo Global Threat Report

Last month, Comodo CA acquired website disaster recovery leader CodeGuard to expand its offerings and help enterprises with one-click restore for website issues.

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