GlobalSign(automated document signing processes) is a WebTrust-certified certificate authority (CAs) and provider of Identity Services. As of January 2015, Globalsign was the 4th largest certificate authority in the world according to the Netcraft survey.
The company introduced a new all-in-one cloud-based document signing software, GMO Sign, for automated document signing processes, cloud-based document management with storage, online signature request system that is multi-signature (electronic, digital, signing seal) friendly.
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GlobalSign was founded in Belgium in 1996 and acquired in 2007 by GMO group in Japan (formerly GeoTrust Japan). As of January 2015, Globalsign was the 4th largest certificate authority in the world according to the Netcraft survey. GlobalSign was the first CA to improve revocation checking for HTTPS pages through the use of a CDN, and the company was also the first to offer IPv6 compliant revocation services (“CRL”).
GlobalSign provides PKI and Identity and Access Management services to manage internal and external identities for the Internet of Everything. GlobalSign’s PKI services include a trusted root-chaining program for trusted PKI deployments, which allows the widely distributed and trusted GlobalSign root CA certificates to cryptographically chain subordinate root CAs for use in Microsoft CA and in other in-house CAs.
GlobalSign also provides certificates to authenticate IoT to address authentication needs in the Internet of Everything (IoE) market. In November 2012, GlobalSign launched an online service that allows website administrators to confirm that they have correctly configured SSL across their websites and receive actionable guidance on how to remediate any faulty or exploitable SSL configurations.
The company has offices in the US, Europe and throughout Asia