After careful evaluation and consultation with OpenADR, Kyrio has decided to end its delivery of OpenADR PKI certificates, effective June 30, 2023. This decision was one that we weighed carefully and ultimately, we determined that we could not continue to provide the level of product and service that meets the needs of our customers and our own standards of delivery under the current market conditions.
As valued customers, we want to best support your transition from the Kyrio system, and we plan the following items:
- All PKI certificates previously issued by Kyrio will remain valid until the certificate(s) expire or are revoked after June 30, 2023.
- Kyrio will continue to support regular CRL issuance and OSCP responders as well as provide for revocation services as needed.
- Certificates can continue to be purchased until June 30, 2023.
- Any terms and conditions in the Digital Certificate Subscriber Agreement (DCSA) that survive termination will remain in effect.
Alternative providers for the OpenADR PKI can be found at https://www.openadr.org/cybersecurity.
Kyrio is the exclusive public key infrastructure (PKI) provider for OpenADR and its members. Kyrio manages the OpenADR PKI and issues production certificates to ensure that OpenADR devices and systems meet security, encryption and data integrity standards.
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