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What is a Cloud HSM?

Cloud hardware security modules (HSMs) offer the same functionality as on-premises HSMs, but provide the benefits of a cloud service deployment, reducing the need to maintain on premises hardware. Cloud…

Why do you need digital signatures?

Digital signatures are necessary to prove the validity of digital objects, as well as authenticate their creators. Digital signatures create trust between users and machines on a network, strengthening security…

What makes up a digital signature?

A digital certificate is an electronic file. It normally includes an encrypted hash code of the signer’s message. The signer’s private key is affixed to the signature, so that the…

Are digital signatures legally binding?

In most countries, digital signatures carry the same legal weight as handwritten signatures. In the United States, the legal status of digital signatures was established by the Electronic Signatures in…

How do you create digital signatures?

Secure digital signing solutions use HSMs to create asymmetric key pairs, perform encryption functions, and physically protect private keys. Digital signing algorithms produce digital signatures, and can include logic to…

What is HSM virtualization?

HSM virtualization refers to an HSM's ability to create and run virtual instances of itself. This effectively multiplies the number of HSMs a user has access to, allowing them to…

What’s the longevity of an enterprise HSM?

Futurex hardware is designed and manufactured completely in-house. To both help our customers and partners meet compliance requirements, as well as to give them the best user experience, solutions like…

How much processing power will we need?

Transaction processing throughput is measured in transactions per second (TPS). Your organization's TPS depends on  your operation's scale, how many customers and partners you're serving, and existing infrastructure. Enterprise organizations…

What is an enterprise payment HSM?

An enterprise payment HSM is a cryptographic device that performs cryptographic operations within a physically secure environment. Enterprise payment HSMs are used to encrypt payment transactions and manage payment keys…
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