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Sectigo Names Jason Soroko Chief Technology Officer of IoT

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According to a recent announcement, Sectigo, a commercial Certificate Authority and web security solutions provider, has named Jason Soroko as the company’s chief technology officer of IoT. Soroko will lead the company’s continued innovation in the IoT industry by advancing the capabilities of Sectigo’s private trust certificate management.

The Sectigo IoT Manager provides purpose-built scalable issuance and management of strong digital identities for IoT devices and environments needing private trust, delivering a trusted solution for IoT vendors needing to secure their connected products throughout their lifecycle.

“Jason joins us at a pivotal time for our business when we see impressive enterprise demand worldwide for our Certificate Manager, Private CA, and IoT Manager solutions,” said Bill Holtz, CEO, Sectigo. “Jason has demonstrated innovative thinking throughout his career, making him a fantastic addition to our executive team. He is an excellent fit for not only leading our IoT technology initiatives, but also providing valuable expert insight to our customers and partners across the IoT supply chain.”

Soroko joins the Sectigo leadership team with more than two decades of experience in the digital security, authentication, and IoT industries. He spent 16 years at Entrust, a provider of trusted identity and secure issuance technology solutions, most recently as manager of security technologies, after serving roles as head of malware research and a business architect. Before Entrust, Soroko was a senior information systems developer/architect for Chrysalis-ITS, a hardware security manufacturer.

“In today’s rapidly evolving IoT landscape, companies of all sizes require trusted and experienced partners like Sectigo to help them navigate the growing ecosystem of potential partners,” said Soroko. “I am excited to join Sectigo where I will lead the delivery of critical solutions that defend devices and networks against cyberattacks across a wide range of industries and applications.”


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Edited by Ken Briodagh

Editorial Director

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