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  • Thales Breakfast Briefing
    As a Thales Silver Partner, Cogito Group are pleased to announce that we will be hosting a breakfast briefing together in Wellington! 💭 The topic of discussion is the discovery, protection and control of organisational data. When: 31st of May 2023 - 7:30-9:00 AM Where: The Wellington Club, Wellington RSVP to: -> please include any dietary requirements. 🚨 Places are limited, so please RSVP by Monday May 29th to ensure you don't miss out. See you there!
  • Microsoft Intune
    Cogito Group has been recognised by Microsoft as a third-party certificate authority partner for Microsoft's Intune! What does this mean? Cogito has been providing the Cogito Jellyfish Intune SCEP Connector service to customers for some time. In a nutshell, it's a way of helping organisations deploy digital certificates to their managed devices when using Microsoft Intune. We make this easier and more secure than an organisation setting up their existing (or a new) PKI system to support this. Get in touch with us to learn more about our SCEP Connector service, and our other cyber security solutions.
  • Australian Defence Sales Catalogue
    Cogito Group is proud to be listed again in the 2023 Australian Military Sales Catalogue, showcasing Australian defence companies with world-leading products and services. We are proud to be recognised as a leading innovator in the cyber security space. Read the catalogue below: #cybersecurity #sovereigncapability
  • Jellyfish Works With Yubikey
    Our cyber security platform Jellyfish is now officially on the Works With YubiKey list! With Jellyfish, users can manage their entire organisations YubiKeys in one central place. Check us out on the Yubico website for more information:
  • New Zealand Cyber Security Summit
    A big thanks to everyone that stopped by to either watch a demo or learn about Cogito's PKI and Key Management as a Services offerings, including our clever Certificate Automation functionality at the New Zealand Cyber Security Summit. If you didn’t get a chance to stop by and are interested in learning more, please contact Tony Martindale.
  • Announcement: New Zealand Cyber Security Summit
    Cogito are excited to be exhibiting at the NZ Cyber Security Summit in Wellington next week. Please come and talk to Tony Martindale about how to consolidate and streamline the management of your digital certificates, keys and authentication tokens. #cybersecurity
  • SCEP
    Simple Certificate Enrolment Protocol (SCEP) is an open-source protocol that allows devices to easily enrol certificates from a PKI using a securely encrypted URL. It is widely used to make digital certificate issuance at large organisations easier, more secure, and scalable. Cogito Group’s implementation of SCEP, through Jellyfish, is fully compliant with RFC 8894, and the Cryptographic Message Syntax defined within. For more information contact Tony Martindale or Richard Brown
  • ACME+
    Our clever Cogito Dev team have been working on the ACME+ feature. ACME+ is a Cogito Group extension to the ACME protocol which allows issuance of Certificates with arbitrary identifiers, whereas the standard ACME protocol is limited to certificates for webservers. Reach out to Richard Brown or Tony Martindale for more information.
  • Windows MSDT zero-day now exploited by Chinese APT hackers

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