Futurex, a 2017 NCSAM Cybersecurity Champion

by Futurex on October 2nd, 2017

This year, Futurex is proud to have been named a National Cyber Security Awareness Month (NCSAM) Champion. Champions are businesses, individuals, or organizations that are committed to promoting and encompassing the ideas of cyber security awareness and safety. This year celebrates the 14th year that NCSAM has been working to promote online safety for the American public, and we have pledged to work within and around our community this year to promote the ideas of STOP. THINK. CONNECT.

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An Overview of Registration Authority Functionality in the KMES Series

by Futurex on June 28th, 2017

The KMES Series has long been a reliable source for certificate authority (CA) functionality, and now the KMES Series has expanded to incorporate the functionality of a registration authority (RA). This post provides users with a glimpse at how an RA works within a public key infrastructure and how this technology can be accessed on the KMES Series.

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Cloud Service Encryption: Eradicating the Risks of Shadow IT

by Futurex on April 3rd, 2017

As organizations’ employees identify tools outside of the organization’s official software and web tools, the risk of “shadow IT” (or IT that an organization’s IT department is not directly aware of) increases. Through VirtuCrypt’s Cloud Service Encryption (CSE) service, backed by Futurex hardware, organizations can introduce a system with the convenience of IT, but with enterprise-level security.

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Leveraging the Futurex PKCS #11 Library

by Futurex on March 23rd, 2017

One of the most salient features of Futurex technologies, and what most distinguishes us from competitors, is that we deploy turnkey solutions molded to integrate directly into existing environments with minimal change to existing applications and processes. The Futurex PKCS #11 library is just one tool in our kit to make that possible. 

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