Why I need to protect digital certificates in the cloud

Escrito por: Natalia Herrero Fecha Wednesday 9, June 2021 Categoría: General

Very often companies, especially larger ones, encounter a very common problem: the lack of control of digital certificates. They usually do not know how many certificates are installed in the organisation, when they expire, which people are using them and for which specific actions or operations.

Moreover, an added problem is often the high turnover of employees, which means that certificates have to be issued for new recruits, resulting in an endless number of certificates that were once issued to employees who no longer belong to the company, others who do not know if they are still valid, etc.

Fortunately, to deal with this situation there are digital platforms that allow you to track the certificates that are installed on the company’s computers to filter, clean and monitor them.

How to protect digital certificates?

In addition, it is recommended to centralise the certificates in the cloud, ensuring that they are safe from possible manipulation, theft, computer attacks, loss of information, etc., ensuring that they are under the custody and protection of a qualified provider.

7 advantages of centralising digital certificates in the cloud

Certificate centralisation tools such as IvSign allow you to work remotely protecting your company’s digital identity with total confidence.

Here are the 7 major advantages it offers:

  1. Save time and transport costs, remote issuance without leaving the office.
  2. Maximum agility in processes and optimisation of tasks that can be completed in just a few minutes.
  3. Full protection against the possible loss of the certificate in case of theft or forgotten computer equipment.
  4. Anywhere, anytime. Employees can connect to the IvSign platform from any device, something really important in these times when teleworking is here to stay.
  5. Notification of certificate expiry and renewal from the platform itself, avoiding last-minute unexpected events by not being able to sign contracts with certificates that have expired.
  6. Maximum legal guarantee. Allows documents to be signed with the same legal validity as paper signatures, as well as carrying out procedures through the electronic offices of the Public Administration.
  7. Certificate holders can transfer the use of the certificate to employees of the organisation, establishing permissions for use and controlling at all times who uses them and when.

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