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Providing Identities that Power the Internet of Everything
Providing Identities that Power the Internet of Everything

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If we can make SSL simple and painless, we have achieved a huge goal! Thanks David.
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The ultimate beginners guide to electronic Document Signing by Bruno Lowagie from iText.
http://okt.to/ZIhM5k
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We are finally at the stage where we’ve moved on from answering the question: ‘What is IoT?’ and the subsequent question: ‘What can we do with IoT?’ to attempting to respond to the question: ‘What are the real business outcomes in IoT?’ A frequently discussed concept when we talk about monetization of IoT over the past few years is the emergence of the 'Outcome Economy'. Find out more in this post.

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We're looking for a primary technical resource for the GlobalSign US field sales team. As an integral part of the team, the GlobalSign Sales Engineer will provide pre-sales and occasional on-going support to identify and present solutions that meet the business and technical requirements of our customers. This is both a strategic selling job and a technical design job, which requires in-depth working knowledge of PKI and Certificate technologies.

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Check out some of the recent awards we have won or been nominated for in the IoT Industry!

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HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS) is a web server directive that informs user agents and web browsers how to handle its connection through a response header sent at the very beginning and back to the browser.
http://okt.to/nYp2Qq
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With social engineering still top on the list of ways your organization can get hacked, we give you a guide on running simulated phishing tests using examples from inside GlobalSign.

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We're hiring in our Leuven office! Want to be our next DACH SMB Sales Rep?

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In this “encrypt everything” era, end users have come to expect encryption as a basic website property. #SSL/TLS Certificates to secure web transactions and S/MIME Certificates to protect email communications are no longer nice-to-haves and users are turning to their CDNs, eCommerce platforms, Application as a Service (AaaS) providers and hosting companies for solutions. To meet this expectation, while providing accessible, user-friendly options, service providers need automated, scalable certificate solutions that integrate directly into their existing platforms and services.

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Nice work from Gaurav in our India support team!
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