Sectigo announces Jason Soroko as its new Chief Technology Officer of IoT

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Sectigo_announces_Jason_Soroko_as_its_new_Chief_Technology_Officer_of_IoT Sectigo announces Jason Soroko as its new Chief Technology Officer of IoTIn a recent statement, Sectigo, a commercial Certificate Authority, and web security solutions provider announced Jason Soroko as the company’s chief technology officer of IoT. Soroko is to 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 offers purpose-built scalable issuance and management of strong digital identities for IoT devices and environments demanding private trust, delivering a trusted solution for IoT vendors needing to secure their connected products throughout their lifecycle.

According to Bill Holtz, CEO, Sectigo, Jason joins them at a pivotal time for their business when they see impressive enterprise demand worldwide for their Certificate Manager, Private CA, and IoT Manager solutions. Jason, who has demonstrated innovative thinking throughout his career, makes him a fantastic addition to the executive team. He is an excellent fit for not only leading the company’s IoT technology initiatives but also providing valuable expert insight to Sectigo’s 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. Prior joining, 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.