Safelayer Secure Communications, a leading Spanish company in digital identity management, electronic signature and data protection, announces new modules for its TrustedX platform. These new modules provide centralized management and auditing of digital certificate use.Digital certificates are used to identify companies in their relations with public agencies. They are normally stored on the user's PC, and there is not usually any system for adequately monitoring and controlling who uses the copies of the keys and when.
TrustedX's new functionality allows companies to centrally manage digital certificates and control the use of the cryptographic keys via a system based on auditing and security policies.
Safelayer, whose client portfolio spans the public, financial and certification service provider (CSPs) sectors, hopes to consolidate and increase its market share in the corporate segment.
"Our clients want easier integration and greater usability, which both result in an immediate improvement of processes", says Francisco Jordan, Safelayer's CEO and cofounder.
Ease of use is another of the solution's advantages, with users now being able to access the repository transparently via their own key applications and processes.
TrustedX's high modularity means that there are a range of options for integrating both user applications and those developed by the organization, allowing all e-signature processes to be centrally managed in the one console.
The new functionality offers clients greater flexibility for integrating TrustedX as it facilitates deployment at the corporate level and provides a single console for organizations to centrally control all electronic signature process.
Safelayer Secure Communications S.A. (http://www.safelayer.com) specializes in developing security solutions for managing digital identity and trust in information. Its infrastructure solutions are used in government agencies, banking and finance, insurance, large corporations, and security service providers, including CSPs. It is currently present in 13 countries across EMEA and LATAM via a distribution channel of 21 VARs.