STIR/SHAKEN certificate services
Do you want to use STIR/SHAKEN to authenticate outbound calls? Then you need SHAKEN certificates so you can sign them using the SHAKEN Public Key Infrastructure.
We can provide these certificates quickly, easily, and at very low cost: USD $3.99/each for 24-hour certificates. Customized long-lived certificates are available upon request.
Our SHAKEN certificate services are:
- Ready today
- Available with no contract or commitment
- Billed monthly
- Flexible in supporting a variety of integration options
- Built for high security, availability and reliability
- Easy to implement.
How to enroll
- Register with the Policy Administrator on their Service Provider page.
- Enter your access credentials supplied by the PA on the ClearIP certificates page.
That’s it; you’re done. It’s that easy.
That’s it. You’re all set.
If you use another STI Authentication Service
- Register with the Policy Administrator on their Service Provider page
- Complete our certificate services enrollment form
- Request your Service Provider Code token from the PA and provide this token with each certificate request.
- Choose how you want to request certificates. We support the following options:
- Generate a key pair and Certificate Signing Request (CSR) yourself and input the CSR into our online portal.
- Use our online portal to have your browser generate a key pair and CSR.
- Generate a key pair and Certificate Signing Request (CSR) yourself and send the CSR to our system using our RESTful API.
- Generate a key pair and Certificate Signing Request (CSR) yourself and send the CSR to our system using our ACME API (coming Q1 2020).
Getting SHAKEN certificate services doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. Contact us today to learn how simple, affordable, and reliable it can be.
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