Entrust Achieve Compliance With Stringent Government Requirements

Wednesday 12 May 2004 17:46 CET | News

Entrusts newly upgraded desktop security platform is the first to be validated against the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technologys Federal Bridge Enabled Path Validation Module, in addition to passing rigorous testing against the Public Key Interoperability Test Suite (PKITS) developed by NIST in conjunction with DigitalNet and the National Security Agency (NSA).Validation against these authoritative and comprehensive conformance tests offers government and IT professionals an independent measure of software quality, and thus a lower-risk choice when selecting a desktop security solution. These latest standards specifically address challenges associated with communicating and collaborating amongst government agencies or organizations. This standards achievement builds on the Entrust tradition of leading the market with security solutions that meet the stringent certification requirements set by independent third parties and governments. The validation coincides with the global availability of Entrust Desktop Solutions 7.0, an upgraded suite of security software products that enables governments and enterprises to easily deploy and manage a common layer of security for their day-to-day desktop applications such as e-mail, remote access and collaboration.

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