Code signing: Get ready for major CA/B Forum policy change
Starting June 1, 2023, you can expect major changes in the way your business requests and uses EV (Extended Validation) and non-EV code signing certificates on a global basis.
The Certificate Authority/Browser (CA/B) Forum will require you to store private keys associated with code signing certificates on a hardware security module (HSM) or token that’s certified as Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140 –2 Level 2 Common Criteria EAL 4+, or equivalent.
After the webinar, we invite you to schedule a free Code Sign Maturity Assessment, which includes a personalized compliance assessment for the CA/B Forum Baseline Requirements and other major security standards.
Discover what you can expect in this on-demand webinar.
What’s driving these changes? Several high-profile attacks misusing code signing keys have happened in the past few years, so it should come as no surprise that the CA/B Forum is tightening security.
Join our experts to explore how you can ensure compliance for your organization. We'll cover:
How malware is driving tighter security of code signing keys
Who's affected by the upcoming CA/B Forum global mandate
What you need to be compliant — and the impacts of failing to do so
HSMs, hardware tokens, key vaults and alternatives
Potential impacts to your current CA pricing