Digi-Sign Offers A Free Trial Of SSL Digital Certificate
October 31, 2012 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology NewsJersey City, NJ, October 31, 2012 – SSL digital certificates from Digi-Sign are used by large corporations and governments. Digi-Sign is now offering complimentary 14 or 28 day trials for any of their SSL digital certificate. Online security is more important than ever. For anyone with medium to high value transactions, transmitting information securely is paramount. With a Digi-SSL™ Xp certificate, users can be confident that their data is secure.
Clients can choose a free trial of any of the three SSL digital certificates featured by Digi-Sign - Digi-SSL™ Xp, Digi-SSL™ Xs and Digi-SSL™ Xg. Corporate and multiple-domain SSL digital certificates come with insurance, telephone support and free replacement. The low-cost SSL digital certificate authority options are available with email support only. Digi-SSL™ is compatible with 27 different servers and is also compatible with all of the most commonly used browsers.
Among the most popular digital certificates provided by Digi-Sign that is currently available for a free trial is the Digi-SSL™ Xs. This basic SSL digital certificate is suitable for identifying and authenticating a site, and can also be used for low value or no value transactions (as it does not offer transaction insurance protection). Digi-SSL™ Xs users can benefit from email only support.
Those responsible for issuing and managing the SSL digital certificates for their organization will appreciate the simplicity offered by the Digi-SSL™ Service, which is also currently available for a free trial. With Digi-SSL™ Service, accounts personnel and managers can have direct access to the system for billing and querying, without affecting the security or integrity of the security policy in operation. This way, there is no time lost filing reports, issuing inter-departmental billing or answering general queries.
To benefit from the free trial of SSL digital certificates, visit www.digi-sign.com or call +1 212 933 9913 in the U.S.
Digi-Sign is among the top ten providers of Digital Certificates in the world. This is evidenced by invitations such as the Department of Defense [DoD] in the US (where only 10 companies were invited to tender for the most recent extension to the DoD PKI). They were awarded the National PKI project for RENIEC, in Peru; the National PKI project for Barbados; the British Library; the pre-qualification of Digi-Sign as the only non-Italian company to participate in the Italian national PKI tender; and many other projects around the world where Digi-Sign is regularly invited to participate.