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Safelayer will strengthen its leadership in PKI technology with quality and simplicity

The Spanish company predicts a widespread increase in digital signature use following the effect of the Digital National Identity Card.

The company also warns of the progressive isolation of people who use the Internet but lack electronic identification capabilities.

Safelayer, company leader in the Spanish PKI market, predicts a widespread increase in digital signature use in barely two years' time as a result of the multiplying effect of the Digital National Identity Card (DNI) once it is launched by the Spanish Interior Ministry.

According to the company " current market leader with an 80% share of Spanish projects focusing on the implementation of PKI infrastructures " the launch of the Digital DNI will bring about a multiplying effect in terms of widespread use of digital signatures in society. According to this company's expectations, although the corporate sector will be the first to extend its use, personal users including professionals and private individuals should not be overlooked.

Safelayer anticipates a major strengthening in relations between the Public Administration and citizens and companies during 2006 and 2007 with the use of this technology, which will lead to greater interoperability of companies over the Internet and Intranets.

The company also warns of the progressive isolation of people who use the Internet but lack electronic identification capabilities.

"As a result of this immediate effect which turns PKI technology into the first link in any security software," says Adrián Moure, vice president of the company, "Safelayer will give central priority within its strategy to ensuring that its KeyOne technology offers the highest quality on the market, but without overlooking its useful nature, open to any type of platform."

In this sense, "KeyOne Safelayer's PKI technology " is currently the only one in the world that is endorsed by the CCEAL 2 and CCEAL4+ certificates, the most important recognition for military level technology. It has also attained the AENOR ISO9001 certificate for its area of Professional Consultancy and Training Services. This certificate is added to the one awarded to the company for security software design and development, renewed for another three years.

In addition, the company has included its technology in the North American SECAM agency (the United States agency for high security product approval).

In terms of simplicity of installation and use, the company's RDI area has undertaken a new product orientation towards end users, since they will require solutions and applications that enable them to manage their digital identity (e-DNI, signature and certificates) from their own PC.

The company has also launched a new technology platform called TrustedX Web Services. This new platform is based on service-oriented architecture (SOA) resulting in the product's ease and simplicity of use.

Safelayer expects to end the 2005 financial year with a 4 million-euro turnover, representing an increase of 21% over that of 2004.  Likewise, the company expects to end the year with a 10% increase in the area of human resources.

Safelayer Secure Communications S.A. is a Spanish company founded in September 1999 devoted to manufacturing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) software technology and solutions. The company has developed the entirety of its technology in Spain and is Spanish market leader in security. Safelayer supplies a complete product family called KeyOne for certification and Digital Signature. The company is currently present in six of the seven public certification authorities that exist in Spain. Its technology is based on open standards, characterized by its strength, simplicity and flexibility. KeyOne is compatible and easily integrated with any type of system that is currently used on the market, and it is equipped with powerful tools for its development and simple administration.

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