Connected device manufacturers and owners need a secure automated method for registering certificates and delivering them to their devices at scale. Too many Internet of Things (IoT) devices support only proprietary device enrollment protocols that are not compatible with digital certificates. As these connected devices lack the compute power required for strong encryption, when credentials need to be revoked or rotated because of device authorization changes, the process is typically manual, time-consuming and vulnerable to human error. With DigiCert Auto-Provisioning powered by Device Authority, connected device manufacturers and owners can provision digital certificates at scale, whether their devices use open standards such as SCEP or EST, or only support propriety device enrollment protocols.
In this demonstration, watch as certificates are generated and delivered to connected cameras and watch as a certificate is revoked and a new one issued. Learn how Auto-Provisioning combines scalable certificate issuance with automated provisioning to simplify large-volume device enrollment and credentialing, and how it also provides secure key generation and storage to prevent the use of stolen credentials and unauthorized devices. Auto-Provisioning allows companies to take a major step forward in securing their IoT investments, becoming less dependent on manufacturer security.