eNom Updates Website Security Offering With Comodo SSLeNom Updates Website Security Offering With Comodo SSL
Updates effective immediately
November 3, 2010
BELLEVUE, Wash. and JERSEY CITY, NJ – October 28, 2010 – eNom, Inc., the world's largest ICANN accredited domain name wholesaler, owned by Demand Media™, today announced that its existing Secure Business Services (SBS) range of website security, Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificates will be replaced with the industry's most recognized SSL certificates, from internet security provider, Comodo. The product range update is designed specifically to ensure that eNom resellers have access to the most recognized and valuable range of security products available.
SSL certificates are designed to show website visitors that the key business details of the site they are visiting have been validated, promoting online security and engendering trust amongst online consumers. Individuals, small, medium and large businesses can all benefit from an increased level of trust by authenticating their website with the most recognizable brand of SSL certificates.
"At eNom, we recognize that guaranteeing online security and building trust with consumers is more important than ever for online businesses. That's why we are committed to continually offering our resellers and their customers the most respected and well recognized products," said Chris Sheridan, vice president of sales at eNom. "There could be no better partner to help us serve that commitment, than market leader Comodo."
"Online consumers demand security and if not adequately provided will vote with their feet – or rather their mice – and leave a website. Comodo offers reassurance to those consumers and we're excited to be able to do so through eNom's ever expanding range of resellers," said Melih Abdulhayoglu, chief executive officer and chief security architect of Comodo.
Effective immediately, SBS Instant, SBS Secure, SBS Secure Plus, SBS EV and SBS SGC EV certificates will be replaced on eNom Central & BulkRegister with Comodo Essential SSL (DV), Comodo Instant SSL, Comodo Premium SSL Wildcard, Comodo EV SSL Certificate and Comodo EV SSL SGC.
For more information on the Comodo certificates available through eNom please visit: www.enom.com, www.enomcentral.com, or www.comodo.com.
About Demand Media
Demand Media is a leading online media company that informs, entertains and connects millions of people every day. Through a portfolio of vertical web properties reaching more than 80 million monthly visitors, a global network of digital partners, and a breakthrough content studio, Demand Media publishes what the world wants to know and share. Founded in 2006, Demand Media is headquartered in Santa Monica, CA with offices in Bellevue, WA, Austin, TX, New York, NY and London, UK. For more information visit http://www.demandmedia.com
Comodo is a leading brand in Internet security. With US Headquarters in New Jersey and global resources in UK, China, India, Ukraine, and Romania, Comodo provides businesses and consumers worldwide with security and trust services, including digital certificates, PCI scanning, desktop security, and remote PC support. Securing online transactions for over 200,000 businesses, and with more than 25 million desktop security software installations, including an award-winning firewall and antivirus software, Comodo is Creating Trust Online'. To learn more, visit Comodo's website http://www.comodo.com/
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