Increase the security of your servers and services with certificates! Our SSL certificates are trusted by millions of people, providing robust encryption and authentication to your website to guarantee a secure browsing experience for your customers. With our wide range of certificate types, you can choose the perfect one for your needs - from single-domain to wildcard, high security to extended validation - TrustSkills has you covered!
With our purchasing portal in our certificate lifecycle management software - TrustView, we offer the opportunity to purchase certificates at competitive prices of the certificate types you need. Our providers include: GeoTrust, DigiCert, Let's Encrypt, Entrust and with our ADCS module it is possible to issue internal certificates from your CA, directly from TrustView.
TrustSkills covers many areas and types of certificates. We cover, among other things, the following types of certificates:
Transport Layer Security (TLS) certificates - most commonly known as SSL, or digital certificates - are the foundation of a safe and secure internet.
TrustSkills is a reseller of a number of SSL certificate brands, including DigiCert, GeoTrust and Entrust. We have experience from 10+ years working with SSL certificates. We assist you in completing all the required verification steps required prior to issuance.
Our technical support also assists with the optional pre-validation (pre-vetting) of your organization and domains allowing instant issuance of certificates for your websites and applications requiring an SSL certificate.
Code Signing certificates give users the needed assurance that your code or application has not been tampered with. Signed applications and executables include your signature, your company’s name and, if desired, a timestamp.
TrustSkills resells Code Signing certificates from a number of trusted brands including Entrust and DigiCert.
Our support helps you complete all the required verifications steps and makes the entire process hassle-free.
QWAC validates your identity and role as a Payment Service Provider (PSP) to your customers and other businesses, while encrypting and authenticating sensitive data.
QsealC seals data, sensitive documents and other communications to ensure they are tamperproof and originate from a trustworthy source.
TrustSkills is a reseller of PSD2 certificates from Entrust. The verification steps required for PSD2 certificates can be complicated to navigate. We help you during the entire process and ensure the certificate is issued in a timely matter.
Document Signing certificates allow your organization to add an electronic digital signature to documents in a variety of file formats to prove ownership. A typical example is a signature added to a PDF document.
Document Signing certificates ensure that documents remain unchanged, protect sensitive information and provide confidence in the identity of the sender.
TrustSkills is a reseller of Document Signing certificates from a number of issuers. We help you choose the relevant Document Signing certificate and navigate the ordering and verification process until you have the issued Document Signing certificate ready for use.
S/MIME Certificates allow you to digitally sign and encrypt your email and attachments, protecting individuals and organizations from email-based attacks and data breaches. An enterprise can maintain compliance with various privacy and security regulations.
Entrust’s private key escrow capabilities mitigate against the loss or theft of private keys and reduce the risk of businesses paying high penalties/fines for non-compliance. We offer automation capabilities that enable enterprises with large numbers of employees to automate the deployment and manage the life cycle of S/MIME certificates.
Verified Mark Certificates (VMCs) allow you to render your logo next to the sender field in email clients so that users see your mark (and that your organization has been authenticated) before they even open your message.
It is the email equivalent of a checkmark on social media, with added validation and security requirements to help protect your customers and your brand against phishing and spoofing attacks.
TrustSkills is a retailer of Verified Brand certificates (VMC) and helps you throughout the ordering process.Read more
Pre-vetting of organisations and domains create a much smoother process for your certificate orders. All of it happens in TrustView and is automated.
We have in the following briefly listed the difference between certificate types and the benefits of pre-vetting.
When you order a SSL/TLS certificate there are 3 levels for the validation that is carried out. The 3 types are:
There is a big difference between the validation process for the different types.
To get an EV certificate you have to go through a long and thorough validation process. On the other hand you get a green address bar in most browsers, signalling the user the higher level of security.
For EV, you must be validated in the following subjects:
For more details, see CA/B Forum, which has defined the requirements for the issuing of EV certificates.
For the issuing of an OV certificate, the CA will validate the identity of the organisation using among other things 3rd party registers. Additionally the CA will contact the organisation to verify that they actually ordered the certificate
In practice you will be contacted by phone (The person who is mentioned as contact on the order). When the certificate is issued it will contain the organisation name and confirm it has been verified. The users can then identify the organisation behind the website.
DV certificates only verify the technical control over the domain itself. That is to say there is no verification about whether the organisation exists or if the order is made from the organisation who own the domain.
When buying a DV certificate you will be asked to pick an email address from a special list. You will need to be able to receive email on one of these as it will prove you control the domain. And therefore can get the certificate issued. The validation can also be completed using DNS if you prefer that.
The email address can either exist on the primary domain or on the subdomain you wish a certificate for. When the email is received on the chosen address, follow the link and you will be asked to confirm your order. When that is done the certificate will be sent over email after a short time.
Note that a DV certificate does not mention who owns the domain.