Sectigo Certificate Manager in vSEC:CMS 6.2

Date: 2022-01-27
Author: Michael Samara, Business Development Engineer

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If you have not yet explored vSEC:CMS 6.2, the Versasec technical team has put together videos highlighting key features of this latest version of our flagship product and how to use them.

The video above explores our newly announced support for Sectigo Certificate Manager (SCM). This integration broadens the options for customers who are looking for cloud-managed public key infrastructure, or mPKI. In the video, you will see a step-by-step instructions including:

  • Creating and configuring a new Sectigo Connection
  • Configure a new credential template using the new PKI
  • Performing an issuance to a test user using the new Template
  • Executing the stages in the card’s life cycle (from issuance to revoking or retiring)

This addition, along with the other new features and functions found in version 6.2 are designed to help make businesses more secure. Versasec’s products are used around the globe to help companies of all sizes easily deploy and manage virtual smart cards, physical smart cards, e-tokens, Windows Hello for Business as well as other public key infrastructure (PKI) based credentials. These devices or credentials are issued to employees when they join their organization and are used until the day they leave.

For a more detailed look at our new support for the Sertigo Certificate Manager, contact us for a personal demo by clicking here or download vSEC:CMS.

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