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What experts are saying about Ubisecure
The Ubisecure Identity Platform is a critical component of the eHealth service as its functionality provides Swedish citizens with very easy to use process for accessing their health records.
The Ubisecure Identity Platform is delivered as a single integrated IAM suite that provides both Web Access Management and Identity Federation capabilities with a fully integrated database and application server.
The Ubisecure Identity Platform has helped us realise a unified IAM solution for both consumers and corporate customers, creating an environment where you only need one identity.
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Identity Management is evolving. Keep up with the latest…
- Welcoming new RapidLEI partner to meet demand for LEIs in Denmark: LEI ServiceApril 2, 2020Today we announced a strategic new partnership with Danish Legal Entity Identifier (LEI) specialist, LEI Service. The partnership will see LEI Service leverage our RapidLEI platform to efficiently serve customers in Denmark with all their LEI needs, in Danish and with local expertise. The news comes as RapidLEI celebrates outpacing both Bloomberg and DTCC to register the most LEIs globally in March 2020. Read the full press release at www.ubisecure.com/news-events/lei-service-rapidlei-partner. “We are experiencing unprecedented growth in the LEI space, topping the global LEI registration charts in March 2020 ahead of Bloomberg and DTCC. We’re expanding quickly into local markets through fantastic partners who align with our mission for trust and transparency in transactions between legal entities. LEI Service will help us to achieve this goal in Denmark, and I look forward to seeing what the future holds for our partnership.” RapidLEI and Ubisecure’s Corporate Development Officer, Paul Tourret We’re very excited to bring LEI Service to the Danish market, pairing our local expertise with RapidLEI’s innovative technology. It allows us to provide efficient LEI services to our customers with competitive pricing, alongside full support in Danish.” Michael Bjerggaard, Co-Owner of LEI Service Find out more about RapidLEI’s partnership programmes at rapidlei.com/partners....
- RapidLEI becomes #1 issuer of LEIs worldwideApril 1, 2020Last month we announced that we had achieved one of our audacious goals – to issue more LEIs than Bloomberg. This month RapidLEI reached an even greater stretch goal – we have issued more LEIs than any other issuer. In less than two years, Ubisecure’s RapidLEI service has become number one! In March, RapidLEI issued 1500+ more LEIs than Bloomberg, and 800+ more LEIs than DTCC (GMEI). DTCC is by far the largest accredited LEI Issuer, currently managing 30% of the world’s LEIs, so to outpace the market leader is an incredible reflection of how the market has welcomed the RapidLEI approach. Totaling up issuance of new LEIs for the quarter: DTCC (GMEI) 10,342 Ubisecure 9461 Bloomberg 8095 Ubisecure now manages strong organisation identities for 34k organisations around the world. Of that 34k, over 9400 organisations joined us in just the last three months. LEI increases for all three major issuers during market volatility The growth chart shows a spike for RapidLEI, DTCC, and Bloomberg. For example, RapidLEI issued 2.5x the number of LEIs compared to February. Additionally, both DTCC and Bloomberg saw marked increases over the previous few months. Globally across all 30+ LEI issuers, we saw over 12k more new LEIs registered in March than February, indicating strong LEI growth for the month. It’s too early to conclude what is driving this growth. Still, early indications suggest that market volatility due to COVID-19 may be driving some increase in the number of trading counter-parties needing LEIs. It’s worth remembering that the LEI was created as a result of the 2008 financial crisis to deliver strong organisation identity. During market crises like the one we’re experiencing today, by providing an understanding of dependencies and risk exposure, LEIs can better protect our economy and our citizens. We are happy to play our small part by making sure LEIs can be registered at very short notice, quickly, easily, and cost-effectively. RapidLEI – meeting customer demands in a challenging time This month’s LEI market stats show us that RapidLEI is considerably outpacing the overall market growth. Despite the COVID-19 related lockdowns in our operational areas, we’re still working around the clock, 24/7, to keep up with the demand and maintain fast LEI issuance. Kudos to the incredible, and fully remote, RapidLEI team and of course our global partner network who continue to make sure LEIs are registered quickly and easily, no matter where their customers may be working right now. Even if social distancing policies continue for longer than expected, RapidLEI is ready to scale along with the growing market needs. Stay safe everyone....
- How the Certificate Authority plays a critical role in identity with DigiCert’s Dean Coclin – Podcast Episode 18April 1, 2020https://media.blubrry.com/identitypodcast/p/content.blubrry.com/identitypodcast/Ubisecure_Podcast_Dean_Coclin.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | Spotify | RSS | MoreLet’s talk about digital identity with Dean Coclin, Senior Director, Business Development at DigiCert. In episode 18 we’re joined by Dean Coclin, representing the world’s largest public Certificate Authority (CA) – DigiCert. The conversation decodes exactly what a CA does and its critical role in Public Key Infrastructure (PKI). Listen in on DigiCert’s view of, and role in, digital identity with relation to Transport Layer Security (TLS) and Extended Validation (EV) certificates, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Legal Entity Identifiers (LEIs). LEIs are the 20-digit alphanumeric codes identifying unique global legal entities. Ubisecure is the fastest growing LEI issuer globally through its RapidLEI service. DigiCert announced a partnership with Ubisecure in December 2019, collaborating to extend the use of LEIs for multiple types of digital certificate-based use cases. Read the press release here – ubisecure.com/news-events/digicert-ubisecure-partnership-legal-entity-identifier-organization-identity-solutions. Dean also fills us in on the CA/Browser Forum and the ASC X9 PKI Study Group, which he chairs. “What good is encryption if we don’t know who we are encrypting to?” Dean Coclin brings more than 30 years of business development and product management experience in software, security and telecommunications. As Senior Director of Business Development at DigiCert, he is responsible for representing the company in industry consortia and driving the company’s strategic alliances with technology partners. Mr. Coclin is also the past Chair of the CA/Browser Forum and the CA Security Council. Currently he chairs the ASC X9 PKI Study Group. Previously Mr. Coclin worked at Symantec’s Website Security business unit before it was sold to DigiCert and was one of the founders of ChosenSecurity, an Internet security firm which was sold to PGP Corporation in February 2010. PGP was subsequently acquired by Symantec in June 2010. Prior to this, Mr. Coclin was Director of Business Development at GeoTrust which was sold to Verisign in 2006. He holds a BSEE and MS from The George Washington University and an MBA from Babson College. Follow Dean on Twitter @chosensecurity and find his articles on the DigiCert blog at digicert.com/blog. For more information on DigiCert, visit its website – digicert.com – and follow the CA/Browser Forum at cabforum.org. We’ll be continuing this conversation on Twitter using #LTADI – join us @ubisecure! ...