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  • Comodo cybersecurity solutions

    Comodo Group Inc. is the World's largest certificate authority currently securing over 38 million fully qualified domains.
    Global innovator of cyber security solutions, protecting critical information across the digital landscape

    Headquartered: Clifton, New Jersey
    Other Offices: branch office in Silicon Valley and international offices and R&D centers across Europe and Asia (China, India).

    Services Offered
    • Every single digital transaction is authenticated, validated and secured through a layer of trust and security. Comodo provides SSL certificates, antivirus, and endpoint security leadership and true containment technology.
    • The company 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.
    • Digital Certificate Management (CCM) Platform
      Allows customers (enterprises) to self-administer, instantly provision, auto-discover, and manage their entire digital certificate ecosystem from any certificate authority (CA). It organizes them into one central inventory to simplify SSL/private key information (PKI) tracking and management and alerts them when certificates are about to expire.
    Target Customer: mid-sized companies, to the world's largest enterprises

    No. of Customers: 50 percent of SSL certificate market share worldwide and securing more than 38 million fully qualified domains

    Executive
    President: Michael Fowler
    CEO: Melih Abdulhayo─člu




    Latest News
    • (Jan. 18, 2017, PRNewswire) Distinguished Leader in Digital Certificates Neal Creighton Joins Comodo as Advisor to Drive SSL Business. As the former co-founder, president and CEO at GeoTrust, another leading certificate authority, he led a $24 million financing round and sold GeoTrust to Verisign for $125 million. Currently based in Boston, is a graduate of the USMA at West Point and holds a JD and an MBA from Northwestern University.
      Creighton has also spearheaded ventures, including GeoTrust spin-off ChosenSecurity, acquired by PGP, Corp. (now Symantec), and AffirmTrust LLC, acquired by Trend Micro. He is currently president and CEO of CounterTack, where he has raised more than $72 million to support the company's rapidly growing endpoint security and threat platform.
      (Oct. 26, 2016 PRNewswire) To aid in the fight against cyber attacks, Comodo Offers Free Forensic Analysis to Uncover Zero-day Malware Lurking on Enterprise Endpoints and Networks. Underpinned by Comodo's industry-leading Default Deny Platform, this analysis will help enterprises to discover 100 percent of all previously unknown and undetected malware in environments that could ultimately cause serious cybersecurity issues, including a data breach.
    • The Valkyrie, Comodo's cloud-based file analysis tool, automatically prevents hidden files from executing, and renders a file verdict as 'Good' or 'Bad.'. The unknown files get isolated in automatic containment in a virtual environment on the endpoint.
      The detailed information helps IT security professionals with exact information to protect the environment from advanced persistent threats (APTs) and other cyber-attacks.
    Zero-day malware: New malware never seen before and continue to plague businesses of all sizes. They are not detected by existing security systems and hide on endpoints and networks.
    Hackers use them as useful tools. Millions of hidden files are created and modified each year.
    Last edited by sitegeek; 01-20-2017, 04:13 AM.

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