Comodo designs, develops, manufactures and markets the industries broadest range of Internet security infrastructure products. - x.509 digital Certificate services, validation services, silicon security, crypto solutions and software security applications. Comodo provides secure Linux solutions through Trustix and also operates the world's only website identity assurance infrastructure.
Designed to enable secure Internet-based connectivity for home and business users, Comodo's security solutions and appliances provide high-performance, robust, reliable, easy-to-use and affordable Internet security and virtual private network (VPN) functionalities.
Comodo partners with leading technology providers such as Fujitsu, Mentor Graphics, Atlantic Semiconductors, Atout, Energis and Exodus, and has leading companies such as C I Host, WebCentral and Zipa within its growing partner networks.
By recognizing that trust and security are fundamental to successful online business, Comodo has released a number of core standards based products and solutions to ensure enterprises can take full advantage of privacy, security, trust and confidence. Comodo has adopted WebTrust compliancy and is a member of the Trusted Computing Group.
Since forming in 1998, Comodo has operated a dedicated research and development lab, with R&D headquarters in UK and members of the R&D team based all around the world. The Comodo Research Lab is focused on the fundamental research and development of security solutions through its dedicated team of engineers and ensures the successful operation of the Comodo infrastructures.
Comodo Research Lab is principally engaged in the research, design, development and support of products and services and in establishing and operating infrastructures to enable secure, trusted and verified communications and transactions over the Internet and private networks.
Comodo Research Lab has developed, and continues to develop, a number of new e-security and identity assurance solutions and an integrated security infrastructure, both software and hardware-based, many of which are new to the market and which it believes provide significant competitive advantages to Comodo in the global e-security market. These include patent pending solutions which resolve the current problem of inability to establish trust on the Internet due to lack of verification technologies.
Comodo is also recognized as a contributor to the world of Cryptographic research, with the head of Comodo's Cryptography Department, Dr Colin Walter, invited to be the Program Chair for the CHES 2003 (Cryptographic Hardware & Embedded Systems) conference.