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DigiCert, Inc., an online security provider, announced a partnership with the Wikimedia Foundation to secure its web and mobile properties using the company's Enterprise SSL Managed PKI. With the announcement, Wikimedia becomes the fourth of the top 10 comScore-ranked sites in the world to use DigiCert's SSL certificate encryption and authentication services.
"The Wikimedia Foundation is grateful for this partnership with DigiCert, which will enhance our ability to secure the millions of online exchanges that occur with our websites each day," said CT Woo, director of Technical Operations for the Wikimedia Foundation, which operates Wikipedia and 10 sister sites available in 285 languages for desktop and mobile access. "It's important for Wikimedia to identify like-minded partners that value transparency and the privacy of our users. DigiCert's commitment to fairness, flexibility and great customer support makes it a perfect fit for the Wikimedia Foundation."
DigiCert continues to grow rapidly and is currently the world's third-largest provider of enterprise authentication services and high-assurance digital certificates, trusted by thousands of government, education and Fortune 500R organizations around the world. DigiCert also powers ClickIDR, the new trust seal program that authenticates organizations and verifies their identities to build trust with customers.
"DigiCert is pleased to partner with the Wikimedia Foundation in recognizing the importance of the free-and secure-flow of information across the Internet and to support the Foundation's mission," said DigiCert CEO Nicholas Hales. "We're excited to have another opportunity to demonstrate the quality, scalability and flexibility of DigiCert's products for a continually expanding roster of globally leading organizations of all sizes and industries."