The rollout of new infrastructure, such as 5G and data centers, has placed information transmission in a broader scope and put forward new requirements for cybersecurity and digital certificate management, said Perry Chen, country manager of DigiCert China, a leading provider of digital certificates.
Digital certificates are the foundation of cybersecurity, and along with the rapid development of China’s internet industry and the increasing emphasis on personal privacy protection and cybersecurity, Chinese companies have faced great challenges in managing various digital certificates, he noted.
Since 2001, DigiCert has grown to be the top provider of digital certificates in China to empower Chinese websites. The top three telecommunications companies and the top six commercial banks in China trust DigiCert to secure their websites.
The company has localized its operations in China by recruiting Chinese employees, setting up regional data centers and providing tailor-made certificates for Chinese clients.
DigiCert is recognized for its enterprise-grade certificate management platform, fast and knowledgeable customer support, and market-leading security solutions. The most innovative companies, including 89 percent of the Fortune 500 and 97 of the 100 top global banks, choose DigiCert for its expertise in identity and encryption for web servers and internet of things devices.