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NB Power Accepts SSL.com’s Digital Certificates

As of February 27, 2019, SSL.com‘s root certificate has been named by New Brunswick Power Corporation (NB Power) as an Authorized Certificate Authority (ACA). This trust extended to us by NB Power allows the use of SSL.com North American Energy Standards Board (NAESB) digital certificates to » Continue Reading.


Business Certificates for Resellers

SSL.com‘s Email, ClientAuth, and Document Signing Certificates offer all of the following benefits in one versatile certificate: Secure S/MIME Email Client Authentication Document Signing All of these capabilities are backed by public trust in our audited authentication procedures and SSL.com‘s root certificates, which are included in » Continue Reading.



Secure Email With S/MIME

Email is still one of the crucial tools a business needs to operate in the 21st century – and can be a weak point in your company’s security architecture. SSL.com now offers Personal Basic, Personal Pro and Business Email and ClientAuth Certificates, which utilize the » Continue Reading.


Sending Secure Email with S/MIME

S/MIME certificates from SSL.com are a great way for you and/or your business to send and receive authenticated and encrypted email, with trust baked-in at the operating-system level. This article gives a brief overview of what S/MIME is and how it works, and describes the various email » Continue Reading.


Business Email, ClientAuth, and Document Signing Certificate

Buy Now Get the highest level email encryption along with identity validation and authentication SSL.com’s Business Email Certificate allows digitally signed and encrypted emails to be exchanged between any number of recipients including group threads. Signed emails also display the signer’s name and company information » Continue Reading.


Personal Pro Email and ClientAuth Certificate

Buy Now Get the highest level email encryption along with identity validation and authentication SSL.com’s Personal Pro Email Certificate allows digitally signed and encrypted emails to be exchanged between any number of recipients including group threads. Signed emails also display the signer’s first and last » Continue Reading.