Several weeks ago, Adobe launched the Adobe Approved Trust List (AATL), our latest effort at making the use of digital signatures easier through better trust mechanisms. VeriSign, already a Provider in our flagship trust program Certified Document Services (CDS) through its acquisition of GeoTrust, announced the inclusion of its Non-Federal SSP in the AATL, widening VeriSign’s trust foundation in Adobe Acrobat and Reader.
Mike Stewart, CIO at the Kansas Secretary of State’s office:
As a VeriSign Non-Federal SSP-PKI customer, we are excited to now have the ability to use the certificates we’ve already issued to digitally sign Adobe documents as part of the AATL program. VeriSign and Adobe have made it easy to deploy and use.
Adobe is excited too! VeriSign, along with other AATL charter Members and CDS Providers, is improving the capability for today’s agile enterprises and organizations to use digital signatures and bring cost efficiencies, integrity, and non-repudiation to more document workflows.
For more information on the Adobe Approved Trust List, please visit our website.
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