Keep pace with the new 398-day certificate lifetimes
The lifetime limitations for TLS/SSL certificates has been reduced to 398 days. On September 1, a new policy went into effect limiting the maximum validity period to 398 days, requiring organizations to issue TLS/SSL certificates twice as often compared to the previous validity period. We’re dedicated to leading the charge in making it easier to maintain compliance to keep up with more rapid certificate renewals. So we’ve assembled a collection of free resources to help you learn more about leveraging automation tools to navigate through this change.
The Road to 398: A Guide to Keeping Pace with New TLS/SSL Certificate Lifetimes Using Automation Tools
There are many certificate management automation tools available that will reduce manual effort, complexity, and the potential for mistakes. This guide dives into each one, discussing when to use it and why.
Other helpful resources
Learn about our automation tools that can help your organization manage reduced certificate lifetimes with ease.
Road to 398: Complying with Reduced TLS/SSL Certificate Lifetimes
Road to 398: Best Practices for Verification to Support Reduced Certificate Lifetimes
Ansible: TLS/SSL Automation in a DevOps Environment
Ansible: Automating TLS/SSL Certificate Deployment at Scale
ServiceNow: How to Manage Entrust TLS/SSL Certs
ServiceNow demo (2:19)
Entrust and Ansible Integration (1:40)
Apple Announces 398-Day Maximum Certificate Lifetime
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