ChosenSecurity announced the availability Enterprise ID AutoEnrollment

Dark Reading Staff, Dark Reading

December 11, 2006

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NEEDHAM, Mass. -- ChosenSecurity, Inc., a leading specialist in identity verification and security services, today announced the availability Enterprise ID AutoEnrollment. The latest offering from ChosenSecurity, formed from a division of identity verification leader GeoTrust, helps businesses implement public key infrastructure (PKI) technology quickly and easily in Microsoft environments.

Based on the Microsoft Windows AutoEnrollment protocol, Enterprise ID AutoEnrollment lets security administrators create and distribute digital certificates centrally, without the need for additional client software. Certificates can be issued to single computers or groups and, because the certificates draw on information in the Microsoft Active Directory, they are easy to use. They can also be issued for all users with existing Windows accounts, without the need for additional registration.

"By automating certificate issuance, administrators can save a great deal of time, while still ensuring that their Windows environments are completely protected by PKI," said Neal Creighton, ChosenSecurity CEO. "With the Enterprise ID AutoEnrollment solution, organizations also benefit from the managed certificate authority services of an industry-leading identity verification and security services provider."

ChosenSecurity Inc.

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