One year ago today we marked a big moment in our company’s more than 50 year history − the day we became “Entrust”. To us, this was more than a rebrand or name change, this was a shift in mindset and a renewal of our mission to enable trust in a rapidly changing world.

This renewal came at a time when the world needed it most.

With the massive transition to remote work amid the pandemic, as well as the desire to meet consumer expectation for more flexible, convenient and secure services, organizations around the world are undergoing digital transformations like never before. Whether we are making purchases, traveling across borders, accessing government services or logging into employers’ networks, the way in which we do so is evolving quickly. The digital transformation must be built on a foundation of trust.

To meet our customers’ needs as they face increasingly complex security challenges, we’ve embarked on a remarkable year of innovation and growth, expanding our core capabilities, products and services. Entrust core technology represents the building blocks of trust: managing IDs and credentials, authenticating users, ID proofing bound to credentials, physical access management, encrypting data and managing security policy. Now, more than ever, customers can turn to Entrust for both the building blocks of trust, and solutions for key use cases that enable digital transformation with security and identity – from certificate lifecycle management and identity and access management to digital signing workflows and seamless travel solutions.

One year since becoming “Entrust”, I’m proud that we continue to stay true to our vision with an unmatched breadth of solutions to protect identities, payments, and data.

While it would have been easier to live up to another name, everything we do is about enabling trust. To learn more about how we have done this over the last year, visit

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