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Entrust’s Leading Software Authentication Platform Enhanced to Integrate Biometric Fingerprint Authentication

February 25, 2014 by Entrust
DALLAS — February 25, 2014 — Entrust, Inc., a world leader in securing digital identities and information, today announced a new release of Entrust IdentityGuard  10.2 Feature Pack 1, which includes new biometric authentication capabilities. This update which will include 3M Cogentbiometric fingerprint capture and verification technology will be available to new, and current Entrust [Read More...]

Entrust SSL Certificates Are Faster — OCSP Leverages Akamai to Accelerate Website Performance, Reliability for Global Users

February 25, 2014 by Entrust
Entrust’s SSL revocation response time 68 percent faster than average of other leadings CAs DALLAS — February 25, 2014 — Entrust Certificate Services, the SSL and digital certificate division of Entrust Inc., optimizes the performance of its Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) service via Akamai’s Terra Alta enterprise solutions — resulting in greatly improved website [Read More...]

Entrust Integrates 3M™ Cogent Biometric Technology into Entrust IdentityGuard Software Authentication Platform

February 24, 2014 by Entrust
DALLAS — February 24, 2014 — Biometric fingerprint authentication isn’t just for smartphones. Entrust, Inc. and 3M Cogent are integrating biometric fingerprint authentication into the award-winning Entrust IdentityGuard software authentication platform. This collaboration allows organizations to leverage fingerprint biometrics to authenticate users for logical access to workstations. Entrust is embedding 3M™ Cogent fingerprint capture and [Read More...]

Entrust Provides Answer to Deprecation of Non-FQDN SSL Certificates

February 12, 2014 by Entrust
New Private SSL Certificates enable continued internal use of non-registered domain names DALLAS — February 12, 2014 — The use of non-fully qualified domain names (FQDN) in publically trusted certificates is being deprecated by November 1, 2015, and existing certificates containing non-FQDNs will be revoked by all public certification authorities by October 1, 2016. To [Read More...]