The PKI Guy’s Q&A Series

The PKI Guy talks enterprise security with Ryan Smith of Futurex

Q&A with Ryan Smith, vice president, global business development, Futurex TPG: Tell us about your cryptographic solutions. RS: Futurex is a global manufacturer of FIPS 140-2 Level 3 and PCI HSM validated hardware security modules and enterprise security applications. At a high level, our focus is on three areas: cryptographic processing, key and certificate management,…

Read More

The PKI Guy explores data encryption with Cindy Provin of nCipher Security

Q&A with Cindy Provin, CEO, nCipher Security TPG: There has been lots of news lately about your company being acquired by Entrust Datacard. What’s the latest with nCipher Security? CP: nCipher Security is a separate company within Thales. nCipher has been operating as a separate stand-alone business within Thales since January 2019.  We continue to…

Read More

The PKI Guy drills down on PKI operations with Jeff Stapleton, author

Q&A with J.J. Stapleton, co-author of Security without Obscurity: A Guide to PKI Operations

TPG: What practical advice do you have for an organization considering deploying a PKI solution?

JS: There are various PKI architectures to consider. An internal private PKI deployed wholly within the organization, a hosted private PKI deployed at a third-party service provider, or an external public PKI operated by a commercial third party. Each has pros and cons…

Read More

The PKI Guy talks digital identity with Kevin von Keyserling of Keyfactor

Q&A with Kevin von Keyserling, CEO and co-founder, Keyfactor TPG: Tell us about Keyfactor. KvK: We’re a digital identity software company that provides end-to-end authentication, encryption, and signing technologies that safeguard data, devices, applications, and people. Our platform allows our clients to master every digital identity within their organization quickly, easily and cost-effectively. Up until a…

Read More