GlobalSign is a Certificate Authority and one of the world’s largest identity services companies providing cloud-based, highly scalable PKI solutions. Because GlobalSign is trusted by software suppliers, browsers, operating system vendors and governments, they are a high-interest target for criminal organizations and nation-state actors.
As such, GlobalSign upholds the highest security standards and requires regular security assessments of their applications and infrastructure. This is also a mandatory requirement from international regulatory bodies to allow GlobalSign to remain a recognized Certificate Authority.
The mission of tSF
Because of these high security standards, tSF is regularly performing security assessments for GlobalSign.
TSF performs periodic security assessments of existing applications and infrastructure, as well as ad-hoc assessments of newly developed applications.
TSF is a supplier having high-quality resources with a deep domain knowledge. Collaborations have been smooth, efficient, and honest. Throughout the years we always had a very positive collaboration.
Additionally, tSF shows great flexibility whenever planning must be changed due to unforeseen circumstances on our end.
Finally, tSF reports are comprehensive and complete. Which makes it easier for GlobalSign to remediate the discovered vulnerabilities.
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