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Venafi signs new partnership for Japan expansion

Friday 12 April 2019 10:52 CET | News

Provider of machine identity protection Venafi has announced the expansion of its international business in Japan through a new partnership.

The agreement were signed with GMO GlobalSign and master partner NSD Business Innovation. As such, NBI will provide the Venafi technology to customers with specific challenges in managing and automating the lifecycle of digital certificates. At the same time, Venafi provides visibility, intelligence, and automation, necessary to protect machine identities no matter where they are used in the extended enterprise. The result is that customers eliminate certificate-related outages, reduce security risks, and facilitate compliance with industry regulations.

The three companies have created a special, no-cost program for three qualified companies that will discover weak, vulnerable, and expiring certificates. This means that if these certificates have not been issued through Global Sign, they can be automatically replaced with new certificates issued by Global Sign. The program is meant to demonstrate how the customers can automate the entire certificate lifecycle, and proactively replace certificates before they expire, as well as to discover security and compliance risks, and provide actionable advice to resolve these issues.


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Keywords: Venafi, partnerships, Japan, identity, protection, GMO GlobalSign, NSD Business Innovation, digital certificates, security risks, compliance, regulations, vulnerabilities
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