Let’s Encrypt: The Road To Encrypting All The Things

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In 16 months, Let’s Encrypt went from an idea to the 3rd largest Certificate Authority on the public web.
J.C. Jones, one of the engineers who worked on Let’s Encrypt, will guide you through many of the challenges, decisions, and trade-offs that occurred along the way.


J.C. Jones




J.C. is a security engineer at Mozilla, and spent about a year and a half as a principal on Let’s Encrypt. Prior to Mozilla he co-founded a PKI-based startup in America’s Desert Southwest, where he lives. You can reach him on Twitter as @JamesPugJones.