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Navigating the New OV Code Signing Requirements
CA/B Forum has recently passed a ballot requiring all OV code signing certificate private keys for public trust be stored in FIPS compliant hardware by June 1st, 2023. After June 2023, code signing customers, including customers on CertCentral, will no longer be able generate new keys in the browser or on local repository. Any new keys must be stored on an HSM, HSM service or hardware token that meets FIPS 140-2 level 2 or above standard.

Let DigiCert help you prepare for these upcoming changes. Join us at 11am ET on Tuesday, September 27th for this educational webinar as we walk through all the different options available to our code signing customers. The session will cover topics such as:

-Reviewing CA/B Forum requirements and new changes

-Options in Key Protection for small to large enterprises, including the pros and cons of each option

-Selecting the right private key protection solution for your organization

DigiCert expert Dave Roche will be joined by Yarden Gaon from Thales. Thales Group is the leading provider of hardware-based root-of-trust security for certificates and machine identities.

Can't attend live because of a time conflict? Register anyway and we'll send you the recording after the webinar!


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Dave Roche
Senior Product Manager @DigiCert
Dave Roche is the Senior Product Manager at DigiCert, where he works closely with customers to understand the signing and key management problems they face in their day-to-day devops and CI/CD environments. Dave oversees the company’s enterprise codesigning solution Secure Software Manager which provides secure code, app and container signing workflows incorporating support for key generation and management as well as capturing all signing related activity audit logs. Dave joined DigiCert as part of the Symantec Website Security acquisition and has more than 10 years PKI experience.
Yarden Gaon
Senior Product Manager @Thales
Yarden Gaon has more than 10 years’ experience in PKI, certificate-based authentication, encryption and digital signature for enterprises. Yarden joined Thales as part of Gemalto/SafeNet acquisition. Thales Group is the leading provider of hardware-based root-of-trust security for certificates and machine identities. To meet the broad range of code signing needs, Thales provides a large variety of solutions, from portable certificate-based hardware authenticators to Hardware Security Modules.