Securing Blockchains with Hardened Encryption

by Futurex on August 15th, 2017

In the first of a two-part blog post dedicated to hardened encryption applications in blockchain technology, we explore the origins of blockchain and the general principles and cryptographic mechanics that make blockchain work. Additionally, we touch on some of the encryption shortcomings of public blockchains and how they can be alleviated with enterprise-level hardware security modules. 

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The “Know Your Customer” Mentality

by David Close on August 11th, 2017

We talk a lot about our Solutions Architects at Futurex because we authentically believe that they are the best in the industry. There are a variety of reasons for this – but the fact that they subscribe to a “Know Your Customer” mentality is a particularly instrumental piece of what makes them so effective.

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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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