Australian SME specialising in digital security and systems integration, Cogito Group, has partnered with Certified Security Solutions (CSS), a US-based provider of certificate and PKI management software.
Cogito Group CEO, Richard Brown, said the organisation was committed to providing dynamic innovative solutions that protect against a wide array of security threats.
“Security is an ongoing process that requires constant investigation, updates and improvements – it is by no means ‘set and forget’. As cyber threats become more sophisticated and targeted, it is important enterprises have a strong security foundation that can be enhanced and built on,” Brown said.
“We partner with dynamic organisations, like CSS that offer practical, effective security solutions.
“The recent release of its CMS 4.0 solution is an example of this. Its CMS product offering is a comprehensive solution, grounded by utmost security principles and best practices around Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and digital certificate management.”
CSS chief technology officer, Ted Shorter, said three key industry trends were driving the need for secure digital identity.
“The emergence of bring your own device [BYOD] computing; the federated Internet, where application services are connected over public networks; and the emergence of the Internet of Things where IP and OS enabled devices are providing a flood of sensor derived data from medical, utility, manufacturing and other uses,” Shorter said.
“The trends are driving massive infrastructure development across the enterprise, but the underlying mechanism that drives the secure connectivity between all these scenarios is public/private key infrastructure [PKI].
“The Australian market, given its level of ICT sophistication is an ideal match for our product offerings.”Read more: Telstra to create Government Cloud
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