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InCommon Certificate Service to Present Community Survey Results and Use Cases



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Since surveying its community of subscribers last September, InCommon has used this data to inform ongoing conversations with Sectigo about an updated agreement between InCommon and Sectigo. 

These conversations have focused on incorporating features that align with current technologies as well as expanding the service to offer basic and premium tiers. 

As the InCommon Certificate Service Team continues conversations with Sectigo to explore additional features, members of the InCommon Certificate Service Redesign Group have offered their insights.

To learn more and hear from some members of the group, join us for a webinar, Redesigning the InCommon Certificate Service, Community Survey Results & Use Cases, on Tuesday, April 2, at 12 p.m. ET.  (Register now.)


  • Lisa Doherty, manager, Academic Computing and Datacenter Computing, Northern Arizona University and Chair, InCommon Certificate Service redesign group
  • Nadim El-Khoury, director of networks, Systems, Infrastructure, and CISO, Springfield College
  • Warren Staal, senior IT security analyst, University of Iowa


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Paul Caskey, InCommon/Internet2  

Attendees will come away with updates on what the future holds for the InCommon Certificate Service as the team continues work on redesigning the service to meet your needs. Join us Tuesday, April 2 at 12 p.m. ET to learn more. Register for the webinar.

About the InCommon Certificate Service

The InCommon Certificate Service offers unlimited certificates for all the domains you own or control for U.S. higher education. The service is ideal for an enterprise-level deployment and offers both central control and delegated administration of ordering and managing certificates. More details are at the InCommon Certificate Service web page.

About Sectigo

Sectigo is one of the world’s largest and longest-standing Certificate Authorities (CA), trusted by more than 700,000 customers, including 36% of the Fortune 1000. We provide an industry-leading portfolio of digital certificates and a Certificate Lifecycle Management (CLM) solution that enables enterprises to manage public and private certificates issued by Sectigo and other CAs to secure every human and machine identity from a single platform.