Many secure connections in our networked world are only possible through the use of certificates. Modern browsers, operating systems and devices use this technology in the background and without insider knowledge by the user. These certificates are governed by an "expiration date" and must be updated from time to time. Usually this is done via firmware or device updates by the device manufacturers. Unfortunately, at some point older devices will not be updated and exactly here is where the existing problem occurs: Certificates will soon reach this "expiration date" and must be replaced by newer ones.

Green address bar, strong verification criteria (extended validation), eIDAS conformity, consistent German chain of Trust and a lot of public domain names (up to 25) in one X.509 TLS/SSL certificate. It all comes on August 31st, 2017 with ServerPass EV SAN.

Worldwide, some 6.4 billion devices are connected to the network. By some estimates, this figure will climb to 25 billion by 2020. The certification authority at T-Systems assigns each device on the network a unique and easily verifiable identity.

T-Systems’ PKI service ServerPass issues SSL/TLS server certificates that are trusted publicly by many current applications and operating systems due to T-Systems’ embedded root certificates.

The T-Systems Trust Center fulfills the extensive AICPA / CICA WebTrust criteria for CA (Certification Authorities) and Extended Validation (EV) in 2012 and is allowed to use the coveted WebTrust seal.

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