Sectigo, provider of automated digital identity management and web security solutions, and Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) Trustify, have partnered to deliver advanced web security solutions to companies of all sizes across Europe, the Middle East, and Asia.
The new partnership combines Sectigo's all-in-one Web Security Platform with Trustify's digital signing, email security, and professional management; now available as Trust365.
"Sectigo is the first Certificate Authority (CA) to offer a comprehensive website security solution, combined with industry-leading TLS/SSL certificates," said Michael Fowler, President of Channel Partners, Sectigo. "Trust365 enables additional services that are fully managed for customers by security experts so that they can focus on their core business and feel confident they are protected from cyberattacks."
Trust365 brings together best-in-breed web security technology from Sectigo and Trustify, either fully automated or fully managed for customers. Available as an all-in-one solution bundle or as a la carte products, Trust365 includes:
- Sectigo SSL certificates
- Sectigo's eight-layered Web Security Platform
- Web Detect: Daily malware and vulnerability scanning
- Web Patch: Automated vulnerability and CMS patching
- Web Clean: One-click malware removal
- Web Backup & Restore: Daily website backups and one-click restore
- Web Accelerate: Global Content Delivery Network (CDN)
- Web Firewall: Continuous DDoS protection with WAF
- Web Comply: Simplified PCI Compliance
- Web DNS: Sectigo’s Global Anycast DNS
- TrustiMail—Fully-encrypted secure email, user-friendly across all key email platforms
- TrustiSign—The world’s most advanced electronic signing solution
"Trustify is continuously innovating to secure organizations from cybercrime and downtime," said Alistair Murray, CEO & Founder, Trustify. "We selected Sectigo because they share this vision with us, offer a complete portfolio that other CAs do not offer, and they made it incredibly easy to deploy with simple integration into a single API."