Keyfactor & PrimeKey Partner To Enable Highly Scalable PKI

Keyfactor, the leader in securing digital identities, and PrimeKey, a leading provider of open-source public key infrastructure (PKI) and digital signature solutions, today announced a partnership and integration 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.

PrimeKey delivers a uniquely scalable and flexible alternative to existing certificate authority (CA) software, providing turnkey PKI solutions for governments, financial institutions and thousands of global enterprises. As a pioneer in open-source PKI, PrimeKey’s solutions address a range of digital identity use cases such as IoT, e-ID and e-Passports, as well as PKI migration and consolidation.

Enterprises today use a mix of public and private CAs to support PKI, yet ever-increasing certificate volumes are a challenge to manage across multiple CA-provided tools. Using an API-based gateway, Keyfactor’s certificate management solution (Keyfactor Command) integrates with PrimeKey’s PKI (EJBCA Enterprise), providing end-to-end visibility and automation to all private and publicly issued certificates within a single, purpose-built platform.

Additionally, the integration between EJBCA Enterprise and Keyfactor’s end-to-end identity platform for connected devices (Keyfactor Control) makes it easy and affordable for IoT device manufacturers to embed trusted identity into their IoT products at design, and secure firmware and software updates through the device lifecycle. 

To learn more about the integration, visit: https://info.keyfactor.com/ejcba-enterprise-certificate-management.

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