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The Adobe Approved Trust List (AATL) is an integral component of the Adobe Document Cloud ecosystem, designed to enhance trust and security in digital document workflows. The AATL comprises trusted certificate authorities (CAs) that issue digital certificates utilized to sign and certify documents in Adobe Acrobat and Adobe Reader. This article will delve into the purpose and benefits of the AATL, the process of adding certificate authorities to the list, and its implications for end-users.
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RevOps understands the importance of complying with the Adobe Approved Trust List (AATL) to ensure the highest level of trust and security for its users. By partnering with certificate authorities featured on the AATL, RevOps guarantees that the digital signatures and certificates used in its document workflows are issued by reputable and reliable sources. This compliance not only streamlines the verification process for end-users but also fosters confidence in the authenticity and integrity of documents exchanged within the platform. As a result, RevOps.io users can focus on driving revenue growth and operational efficiency, knowing that their sensitive data is safeguarded by industry-leading security standards.
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The AATL is a curated list of certificate authorities that meet Adobe's stringent security requirements. The list ensures that end-users can trust digital signatures and certificates embedded in PDF documents. By using digital certificates issued by CAs on the AATL, document creators and signers can guarantee the authenticity and integrity of their electronic documents, while recipients can easily verify the origin and content of these documents.
The Purpose and Benefits of AATL
Adding Certificate Authorities to the AATL
To be included in the AATL, a certificate authority must undergo a comprehensive evaluation process by Adobe. This process includes:
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The Adobe Approved Trust List offers numerous benefits to end-users, including:
The Adobe Approved Trust List plays a critical role in ensuring trust and security in digital document workflows. By maintaining a list of reputable certificate authorities that meet strict security requirements, the AATL allows users to confidently exchange sensitive information through digitally signed documents. With streamlined validation, international recognition, and adherence to industry standards, the AATL fosters trust in the digital age.