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Introducing the Certificate Management System (CMS) - Certificate Issuance and Management Across Devices and Services

Posted by Sarah Hance on May 29, 2013 11:08:08 AM

CSS experiences rapid software growth, doubling down on investments with the release of the Certificate Management System (CMS) 3.0 and European expansion with reseller CertSecurity.

Cleveland, OH – May 29, 2013 – Certified Security Solutions (CSS), a leading provider of certificate and PKI management software and services, announces rapid growth and investment.

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Topics: Certificate Management System (CMS), Software Products, Events

Continuous Integration

Posted by CSS Technical Team on May 16, 2012 5:14:00 AM

Continuous Integration (CI) is a process where software under development is continuously compiled and tested as changes are submitted to a revision control system. The goal is to identify issues such as code changes that break the build, broken unit tests, and broken functional tests, as soon as possible after such a change is committed. By identifying these issues earlier, they are resolved sooner, reducing the impact to the entire team. In an Agile Software Development methodology, this type of immediate feedback is critical for a team to meet their iterative goals.

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Topics: Bruce Schneier, IT Security, Microsoft Security Partner, Continuous Integration, Software Products, SDLC, Software Developer, Microsoft TFS, Blog, Software, Jenkins

Apple Cozying Up to Microsoft Partners? CSS' mCMS

Posted by CSS Marketing on Nov 18, 2011 7:19:57 AM

This week we’ve seen the latest chapter in the Microsoft/Apple love/hate relationship… and it would seem that love is conquering all… at least for the time being. As CRN reports, Apple is reaching out to Microsoft partners that can help integrate iPhones and iPads into enterprise environments.

We’re seeing a bit of a perfect storm for Apple and Microsoft to work together – at least in the mobile space – as more and more organizations are taking a look at moving to or allowing iPhones (and iPads). Combining the robust multi-faceted Microsoft Core Infrastructure platform and Apple’s trendy “must-have” market monopolizing devices, Apple and Microsoft are “on again,” albeit in the relatively limited smartphone and tablet arena.

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Topics: digital certificate, iPad security, apple, iOS 5, iPhone, IT Security, consumerization, Microsoft Security Partner, Certificate Reporting Tool, Certificate Management System (CMS), Industry Trends, mCMS, Software Products, Microsoft Public Key Infrastructure, iPad, SCEP, mobile security, Microsoft, Microsoft PKI, CRT, iOS management certificates, mobile certificate, Microsoft and Apple, iOS, Blog, iPhone security, secure enrollment, BYOD, Got PKI?

iOS 5, S/MIME, and Digital Certificate Management

Posted by Ted Shorter on Sep 15, 2011 9:50:12 AM

iOS 5, Apple’s new operating system for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch, will be released “soon” – Apple officially says “this Fall,” and many prognosticators are pointing to sometime in October. While the new release has hundreds of new features, the feature that’s of particular interest to digital identity practitioners such as CSS is one that’s received very little press to date:

S/MIME.

The current version of iOS4.x supports the use of digital certificates for authentication: to things like wireless networks, VPNs, and Microsoft ActiveSync . But starting with iOS 5, iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch users will be able to send and receive digitally signed and encrypted email messages directly from their device.

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Topics: digital certificate, consumerization of IT, apple, iOS 5, iPhone, IT Security, consumerization, Microsoft Security Partner, authentication, Certificate Reporting Tool, cert downtime, Certificate Management System (CMS), Industry Trends, mCMS, Software Products, Certificate revocation list, iPad, CRT, iOS management services, expired certs, mobile certificate, iOS, Blog, digital certificates expire, BYOD, expired digital certificates, Got PKI?

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