PKIaaS

HID Global Offers its European Customers PKIaaS with Full Local Data Residency, Failover and Redundancy

Increasingly European enterprises must comply with regulations for establishing local residency of data and security infrastructure. HID Global now delivers its Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) as a Service (PKIaaS) with high availability and redundancy via a hybrid of data centers and cloud regions operated within the EU, enabling what it expects to be a growing number of European customers to simplify regulatory compliance.

HID Global Simplifies Digital Certificate Lifecycle Management for Mobile Devices Managed Through Microsoft’s Intune Service

HID Global announced that users of its cloud-based PKIaaS offering can now automate the lifecycle management of digital certificates used with devices managed via the Microsoft Intune mobile device and application management service. The HID solution eliminates the need for human intervention when issuing and renewing certificates that enable employees to use their mobile devices to easily access their organization’s resources through Wi-Fi networks or VPN connections, without passwords.

HID Global Extends its HID IdenTrust Certificate Authority (CA) Offering to Include Timestamping-as-a-Service

HID Global launched an enterprise-grade service that enables users to verify the date and time of their electronically or digitally signed documents, code and other files. The service embeds an irrefutable date and time thereby binding the signer’s Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) digital certificate to the date and time of their signature.
HID Global, which has now met the Internet Engineering Task Force standards RFC 3161 requirements for operating as a Timestamping Authority (TSA).

HID PKIaaS Platform supports certificate ACME Protocol

HID Global announced its Public Key Infrastructure-as-a-service (PKIaaS) platform now supports the widely adopted Automated Certificate Management Environment (ACME) protocol. The industry-standard ACME protocol is purpose-built to bring single-command simplicity to the previously manual job of managing digital certificates for creating secure web connections.

Survey Findings Show Gap Regarding PKI’s Role in a Zero Trust Security Strategy

96% of North American enterprise IT security leaders say public key infrastructure and digital certificates are essential to achieving zero trust architecture. Yet only 39% use PKI as part of their zero trust security strategy according to an executive survey from Pulse Research and Keyfactor, the leader in PKI as-a-Service and crypto-agility solutions. The survey explores enterprise security priorities, the challenges of zero trust strategy implementation and the use of PKI.