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DigiCert Makes Inc. 500/5000 List For Fourth Straight Year

Company Is Go-To Provider of Authentication, Encryption Services for Emerging Markets Such as the Internet of Things and One of America's Top-Growth Private Companies

LEHI, UT--(Marketwired - August 21, 2014) - DigiCert, Inc., a leading global Certificate Authority and provider of trusted identity and authentication services, has been recognized in the 2014 Inc. 500/5000 list of America's fastest-growing private companies. DigiCert has now made the list for four consecutive years, a rare feat, particularly for a company in its 11th year of operations. With a focus on providing a legendary customer experience, market leadership and product innovation, DigiCert is a go-to partner for authentication and encryption services for large and small businesses as well as emerging markets such as the Internet of Things

"This announcement is an exciting one for us as it marks another acknowledgement of our growth and success, which is fueled by our attentiveness to our customers' needs and the resulting loyalty we receive from them," said DigiCert CEO Nicholas Hales. "As a company, we're continuing to lead our market toward higher security, new customer-centric innovation that simplifies SSL deployment, and a demonstrated ability to meet the authentication and encryption needs of emerging markets. Today's organizations and web users demand and expect higher security on the web, and we're a go-to provider for technologists that understand the importance of SSL certificates."

DigiCert provides leading products and customer support for today's increasingly connected world, enabling organizations to authenticate their digital identities and encrypt the data that they and their customers share online. DigiCert focuses on providing a legendary customer experience and helping its customers deploy SSL certificates the right way and with more ease. This includes typically issuing high-assurance digital certificates within less than one hour, and deploying systems that enable fast HTTPS connections with web performance in mind. As a result, DigiCert continues to attract the business of the world's leading brands, including more than 80,000 customers in 185 countries and five of the U.S. Alexa Top 6. Because of its business practices, DigiCert is the go-to partner for emerging markets such as the Internet of Things, wireless security and Directed Exchange for healthcare.

Company rankings for the 2014 Inc. 500/5000 list are determined by percentage of annual revenue growth over a three-year period. As a four-year veteran of this list, DigiCert joins the likes of Microsoft, Timberland, Vizio, Intuit, Jamba Juice, Oracle, and Zappos.com as other multi-year earners. List newcomers include GoPro and ToughMudder. A complete 2014 list is available on the Inc. 500/5000 website.

About DigiCert, Inc.
DigiCert is a premier, trusted provider of enterprise security solutions with an emphasis on authentication and encryption via managed PKI and high-assurance digital certificates. Headquartered in Lehi, Utah, DigiCert is trusted by more than 80,000 of the world's leading government, finance, healthcare, education and Fortune 500® organizations. DigiCert has been recognized with dozens of awards for providing enhanced customer value, premium customer service and market growth leadership. For the latest DigiCert news and updates, visit digicert.com, like DigiCert on Facebook® or follow Twitter® handle @digicert.

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DigiCert, Inc.
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