We are starting to roll out LetsEncrypt for all of our services and clients who do not use or want commercial certificates.
Note that LetsEncrypt offers only domain authentication, in most cases specifically validated by your control of the server. Commercial certificates offer stronger proof of identity.
We recommend commercial certificates for any sites that conduct financial transactions or require HIPPA compliance.
The Cherry Hill Company
> On Jun 16, 2017, at 12:34 PM, Kyle Breneman (via lita-l Mailing List) <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Apologies for cross-posting...
> Anyone out there working at a public institution that's using Let's Encrypt for security certificates? I just suggested to our campus IT that we switch to using Let's Encrypt. They told me it would need to clear State of Maryland approval process first, and suggested that it would be helpful to be able to point to other public institutions that are using it.
> Kyle Breneman
> Integrated Digital Services Librarian
> University of Baltimore
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