New Findings on Digital Certificate & Signature Use in the Connected Enterprise

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Patrick Nohe - Sr Product Mgr., Amy Krigman – Dir. of PR – West, Moderated by Alina Poniewaz-Bolton - Content Marketing Mgr.

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Curious how today’s leading IT professionals are handling their infosec operations? Want to see how your certificate management stacks up? We’ve taken the pulse of over 300 IT professionals across the US and UK and discovered what’s top of mind when it comes to enterprise security. From challenges managing digital certificates, to the sheer number and types of certificates organizations must contend with, to a widespread misunderstanding of digital signatures and how they can be used to meet compliance standards and fast-forward digitization processes – our 2021 PKI study (conducted by Opinium in March 2021) reveals some surprising statistics and highlights tactics that can easily be taken to streamline and improve tedious IT practices. We’ll discuss it all in this 45-minute webcast, led by GlobalSign’s Senior Product Manager, Patrick Nohe, and Director of PR, Amy Krigman. Join us and get valuable insights on: - Why only 6% of survey respondents said they were happy with the way they currently manage certificates – and what they’d change if they could - Top certificate management and PKI obstacles slowing down IT leaders and administrators - The biggest risks of getting PKI wrong - Why the technical definition of digital signature is so critical (and how many people still don’t understand it) - What this latest data means for your organization, with tangible takeaways that you can put into action over the last two quarters of 2021 Save your spot today!

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