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Carillon Information Security completes cross-certification with CertiPath PKI Bridge

Posted April 19, 2013



April 18, 2013 – Carillon Information Security has just achieved Cross-Certification with the CertiPath PKI Bridge.

According to the company, by taking advantage of Carillon’s now cross-certified Managed Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) solution, customers can experience all the benefits of having their own private label Certificate Authority, without the difficulties of engaging in the costly start-up and maintenance responsibilities involved in running an in-house PKI.

“With the increasing need for trusted digital identities expanding throughout many industries, Carillon’s services will help provide customers with a simple, cost-effective way of generating PIV-I compliant certificates and credentials, and also ensure a foundation for a higher level of digital security and personnel ID verification to meet the challenges in years to come, Jeff Nigriny of CertiPath said.

“In view of Carillon’s consulting expertise and their extensive involvement and contributions within the Aerospace and PKI industries, we are honored to have them as part of the high trust community.”

The CertiPath Bridge is the central hub that provides a secure and reliable channel of communications between some of the main U.S. Aviation companies, International Governments and U.S. Federal Departments.

Carillon Information Security is a consulting services firm specialized in identity and access management, and more specifically in solutions based on PKI and Federated Identity tools.

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