According to a recent release, Keyfactor, a digital id company, and PrimeKey, a public key infrastructure (PKI) and digital signature company, have entered a partnership and integration designed to simplify and automate PKI for large-scale enterprise and internet of things (IoT) deployments.
Enterprises today – and a growing number of connected device manufacturers – rely on PKI to enable digital security. Enterprise security teams and IoT product developers issue trusted and unique identities necessary to protect sensitive data, ensure uptime and secure connections across cloud services and connected devices.
“Companies adopting complex multi-cloud infrastructure or managing high-volume IoT deployments are testing the limits of PKI,” said Kevin von Keyserling, co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer, Keyfactor. “Keyfactor’s certificate lifecycle management solution combined with PrimeKey’s powerful PKI backend delivers a simplified toolset to deploy and manage certificates, even at massive scale.”
To learn more about the integration, click here.
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