Public Key Infrastructure
One message. Two keys. Infinite trust.
What is PKI?
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is the technology behind digital certificates, an encryption mechanism that relies upon the use of two keys – a public key and a private key – which, when paired, decrypts and transmits the original message.
Certificate Authority (CA)
This component acts as the issuer and signee of the digital certificates, and is trusted by all other entities.
Registration Authority (RA)
This is where the identity of the owners’ digital certificates are registered and cross-checked before it is issued by the CA.
Validation Authority (VA)
This component confirms that a certificate is still valid and has not been revoked
Powerful feature at your command
At its core, PKI
helps your organization
The establishment of trust, internally and externally
Smooth transfer of data
Perfectly tailored process
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