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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​5 Reasons to Establish an Enterprise CA and RA Infrastructure Using Futurex Devices

by Futurex on August 10th, 2016

Enterprise-class organizations often deal with large numbers of certificates and certificate requests. To deal with these, traditionally, organizations use a certificate authority (CA) to generate, issue, and revoke certificates and a registration authority (RA) to process requests for new certificates for users, devices, applications, documents, clients, servers, and more.

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The ESM1000: Providing Strong Encryption on an Individual Basis

by Futurex on October 30th, 2015

Imagine an environment in which every bank teller station, every fuel dispenser, every unattended payment terminal, or any other transaction location is outfitted with its own personal hardware device for encryption. Instead of requiring the data to be sent outside of the endpoint location for encryption or validation, all transaction functions could take place within a closed system.

Think it can’t be done? Think again. Futurex’s ESM1000 Endpoint Security Module has been designed for that very scenario. Built around Futurex’s proven cryptographic technology, the ESM1000 provides the speed, security, and functionality found in Futurex’s current line of security modules, all within an embeddable small form-factor device.

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People, Process, and Technology: A Proven Mix

by Futurex on December 15th, 2014

What makes Futurex such a successful company? We believe it is the direct result of our innovative methodology that focuses on the excellence and efficiency of three areas: People, Process, and Technology. Futurex’s business model is centralized around developing superior products, maintaining robust quality assurance, and implementing successful custom initiatives for Tier-1 organizations around the globe.

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