Government-Grade Identity Credentials & ePassport Solutions
The most trusted credentials — driver’s licenses, citizen ID cards and passports — are issued by governments. And many eGovernments are evolving to digital form factors for easier tracking and verification. Entrust helps governments around the world issue and inspect digital identities and credentials.
Plus, with solutions for authentication and data protection, Entrust secures critical data and applications related to national security, taxation and revenue, legal records, health data and more. More than 30 countries worldwide use Entrust solutions, as well as more than 60 U.S. federal agencies.Request to be Contacted
Interoperable, scalable and validated by third-party testing, Entrust is the unquestioned leader in global ePassport security deployments. Entrust provides the necessary solutions — whether via a hosted or in-house model — for proper issuance and inspection of today’s advanced ePassports.
Security-conscious governments require a true “point-and-click” PKI system for strong border control and authentication of identities and biometric datasets on today’s electronic machine-readable travel documents (eMRTDs).
From citizen eID cards to strong user authentication, governments seek proven methods to provide secure citizen access to eGovernment applications and services. Wherever strong authentication, encryption or digital signatures can enable governments to maintain data privacy, streamline workflow or enable citizen access, Entrust can help.
Entrust offers a comprehensive, government-grade software authentication platform to manage employee identities and secure access to government resources.
The Entrust IdentityGuard software authentication platform is often leveraged to solve challenges related to specific use cases, such as physical and logical access or mobile security. This includes taking advantage of mobile or smartcard technology to add additional security measures to a given environment, and leveraging standards such as PIV in the government space.
As part of the Non-Federal Identity Shared Service Provider (NFI-SSP) public key infrastructure (PKI) program, the U.S. government requires the use of smartcards with digital certificates issued by an approved certification authority (CA) that’s cross-certified with the U.S. Federal Bridge CA (FBCA).
Entrust’s Non-Federal Identity Shared Service Provider PKI & Smart Credential solution enables government agencies to issue and distribute identity credentials to third-party contractors for authenticated access to sensitive information, applications and databases.
From HSPD-12 compliance solutions to advanced identity authentication, Entrust is a trusted, proven security partner for the U.S. government. More than 60 U.S. government agencies or bureaus rely on Entrust’s identity-based security solutions each day. And Entrust is one of only a handful of security vendors cross-certified with the U.S. Federal Bridge Certification Authority (FBCA).