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SSH Communications Security, AppViewX Partner on Next-Gen Key and Certificate Management Solution

SAN FRANCISCO, April 16, 2018/PRNewswire/ – (RSAC Booth #S523) –SSH Communications Security today announced its partnership with AppViewX, a global leader in the management, automation and orchestration of network infrastructure services in multi-cloud data centers. Leveraging AppViewX's CERT+ product, the strategic technology partnership brings customers a comprehensive key and certificate management solution for on-premises, cloud and network devices.

To learn more, please visit the SSH booth #S523 at RSA Conference 2018 in San Francisco or sign up for the SSH Secure Access Workshop at https://bit.ly/2qrEVSs

Bundling CERT+ with SSH's industry-leading Universal SSH Key Manager (UKM) product allows customers to manage the cornerstones of secure access to critical assets: cryptographic keys and digital certificates.

  • UKM is the leading SSH key management solution on the market: With UKM, customers gain and retain full control of trusted access provisioning, significantly reducing the threat surface. The unique non-intrusive deployment model of UKM requires minimal changes to existing infrastructure and provides the lowest total cost of ownership for SSH key management – from the company that invented the SSH protocol.
  • CERT+ adds digital certification process automation to SSH's platform: CERT+ automates the discovery, issuing, expiration alerts, renewal, provisioning and revoking of digital certificates. In addition, the partnership strengthens multiple layers of security in both dynamic identification and secure access.
  • The bundling of UKM and CERT+ is based on customer demand: Existing solutions are too cumbersome and expensive. Bloated vendors have become unresponsive. The combination of UKM and CERT+ delivers a best-of-breed solution, thereby protecting organizations from cyber breaches.

Joe Scaff, VP USA Operations & Customer Services, SSH Communications Security, said: "Working with AppViewX, we can offer better-priced and higher-performing key and certificate management solutions than any of the incumbent vendors in this space. We look forward to showing our customers the next generation of key and certificate management in our free SSH Secure Access Workshop that defines their threat profile and best practices for remediation."

Mark Vondemkamp, EVP Marketing and Business Development, AppViewX, said: 

"AppViewX has always worked towards providing simplified solutions to all its customers. Through this partnership, we will be able to seamlessly cater to enterprises' growing certificate lifecycle management needs with powerful yet cost-efficient tools. We believe this will help us further our vision of making NetOps and SecOps more agile through automation."

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