Longer term, everything is being merged into the DigiCert CPS. For Symantec, this will happen during 2019. For Quovadis, I anticipate it’ll happen in either 2019 or 2020. When we merge the CPS docs depends on when we change the data center to be compliant with the DigiCert CPS. For the short term, we plan on operating Quovadis under its existing CPS and with its existing practices.
From: Wayne Thayer <wth...@mozilla.com
Sent: Tuesday, January 15, 2019 9:10 AM
To: Jeremy Rowley <jeremy...@digicert.com
Subject: Re: Transfer of QuoVadis to DigiCert
To be clear, in this case Mozilla policy requires disclosure, but a public discussion 'resolved with a positive conclusion' is not required because DigiCert is already a member of our program.
The policy also requires notification of any resulting changes in the QuoVadis CP or CPS. Jeremy, what CP/CPS changes do you anticipate making? Will QuoVadis roots end up under the DigiCert CP/CPS?
On Tue, Jan 15, 2019 at 12:27 AM Jeremy Rowley via dev-security-policy <dev-secur...@lists.mozilla.org
You may have seen that DigiCert is purchasing the QuoVadis PKI from WISeKey, including all public root operations. With the closing date drawing closer, I wanted to start the discussion and give the Mozilla community the notice required under Section 8 of the Mozilla CA policy.
Let me know what questions you have. I'll do my best to answer them, although many of the answers will likely have to wait until the official close date.
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