DRAGON ENTERPRISE PLATFORM
SOCaaP PLATFORMENDPOINT SECURITYCLOUD SECURITYCloud-based siemNETWORK SECURITYWeb SecurityIT Service ManagementFor MSSPs & MSPs
- ServicesIncident Management ServicesManaged ServicesThreat Assessment ServicesProactive ServicesRed Team / Blue Team Services
- Why Comodo?Why Comodo?Compare ComodoWHY PARTNER?
- For HomeSECURITYWEB BROWSERBrowser Add-Ons & Extension
- CompanyAbout ComodoMedia & PressContact us
- PartnersSELECT YOUR INDUSTRY TYPELEARN MORE
- ResourcesResourcesThreat Research LabsCompare ComodoContact Us
DJIGZO AND COMODO PARTNER FOR SECURE EMAIL CERTIFICATE SOLUTION FOR ALL EMPLOYEES
Djigzo, an open source email encryption company, has teamed with Comodo, a leading certificate authority and Internet security organization, to provide an easy to use email encryption and authentication solution.
As a result of this collaboration, the Djigzo email encryption and authentication gateway will be able to interface directly with Comodo’s managed Enterprise Public Key Infrastructure (EPKI). A fully automated certificate request procedure allows an organization to obtain trusted signing and encryption certificates for all gateway users without any user intervention, through its Djigzo server. By interfacing directly with Comodo’s managed Enterprise PKI, large organizations that need personal certificates for all employees can now automatically obtain the required certificates without having to use complex procedures for requesting certificates.
“Comodo email encryption certificates are automatically recognized by most email servers and clients,“said Martijn Brinkers, CEO of Djigzo.”This is especially important when digitally signing all outgoing email. Using Comodo certificates makes the Djgzo products even more easy to use for both end users and system administrators.”
Djigzo is an email encryption gateway that is fully open source. Djigzo is available for free by downloading from the website djigzo.com. Sources and documentation can be downloaded for free. Djigzo advocates that the open source model provides the best value for its customers.
“Enterprises and customers alike expect secure email transactions to send and receive information from any computer with protection from identity fraud and an experience to be hassle-free,” said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Comodo CEO and chief security architect.”With this partnership we hope to leverage our strengths for the benefit of the customer creating peace of mind and trust online when emailing any document from anywhere.”
Djigzo, based in Amsterdam, NL, provides open source products that allow companies to automatically secure their email and protect it against unauthorized access of email both in transit and at rest. Djigzo Email Encryption Gateway is a centrally managed email server (MTA) based on open source standards. It encrypts and decrypts your incoming and outgoing email at the gateway level. Djigzo supports two encryption standards: S/MIME and PDF encryption. Because Djigzo Email Encryption Gateway functions as a general SMTP email server, it is compatible with existing email infrastructures. Djigzo can be installed using one of the provided packages for Ubuntu Linux, Debian, Red Hat or CentOS. A ready to run “Virtual Appliance” for VMware ESX and Workstation is available.
Comodo® is a leading brand in Internet security. With United States headquarters in New Jersey and global resources in the United Kingdom, China, India, Ukraine, and Romania, Comodo provides businesses and consumers worldwide with security and trust services, including digital certificates, PCI scanning, desktop security, and remote PC support. Securing online transactions for over 200,000 businesses, and with more than 25 million desktop security software installations, including an award-winning Firewall and Antivirus software, Comodo is Creating Trust Online®. To learn more, visit Comodo’s website
For more information, reporters and analysts may contact:
Public Relations and Corporate Communications
Office: 201-963-0004 x 4073