Universities Choose Comodo for Security Services

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<strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; Feb. 13</strong><br />Universities and educational organizations have significant online security and authentication requirements to secure their online environments so students and faculty can exchange information and access records confidently without fear of being compromised. Comodo has been addressing the special needs of this segment by continually innovating to deliver a coordinated set of solutions that are cost-effective, flexible and easy to deploy. <br /><br />Solutions that universities have adopted (or have plans to adopt) include anti-phishing EV SSL certificates, vulnerability management services to ensure protection against hacker attacks, Comodo Two Factor for authenticated log-in and content verification certificates for protection against man-in-the middle attacks.<br /><br />Today, many colleges and universities deliver a diverse set of online activities for their communities that range from online access to records to online registration. This creates the urgent need for a highly flexible set of solutions that address this diverse community in the areas of security and authentication. <br /><br />In the past 90 days alone, more than 12 universities have selected Comodo to deliver a combination of solutions to meet a diverse set of needs. Some of the colleges and universities that have selected Comodo this quarter alone include: University of Connecticut, California University of Pennsylvania, DePaul University, SUNY, University of Wisconsin, Ohio State, Yale, University of Chicago, Metropolitan College of NY, University of Hartford and Ramapo College. <br /><br />Comodo focuses on PKI technology in key security and authentication areas, the cornerstones of these organizations&rsquo; online infrastructure, to enable a high level of secured connectivity, communication and collaboration.<br /><br />”Across the country, educational institutions of all sizes are offering new online access opportunities for students and faculties,” said Melih Abdulhayoglu, CEO and chief security architect of Comodo. “These organizations recognize that the proliferation of new Internet technologies and multimedia offerings has created tremendous security and authentication challenges for the higher education market as it moves to create innovative interactive opportunities. Comodo is proud to be able to help these institutions evolve to a best practices approach &mdash; cost-effectively without disruption to the student body.”<br />

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