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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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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The Guardian9000: Monitoring, Alerting, Logging, & Reporting Capabilities

by Futurex on October 6th, 2014

Efficiently operating a compliant data security infrastructure isn’t easy. Typically, management activities require multiple administrators and key officers to regularly visit each cryptographic device, often spread between geographically-dispersed data centers. For many organizations these costs can quickly spiral out of control, but with the Guardian9000, the difficulty and expense of these management tasks can be substantially reduced.

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