Currenex Requires GeoTrustCurrenex Requires GeoTrust
Currenex has announced that digital certificates provided by GeoTrust are critical to the success of the Currenex CX Security Protocol
August 7, 2006
LONDON -- Currenex, a leading provider of financial services software for global transactions, has announced that digital certificates provided by GeoTrust, a leader in online security solutions, are critical to the success of the Currenex CX Security Protocol. The CX Security Protocol is a series of security measures implemented to protect client information and trade data throughout the entire trade lifecycle. GeoTrust serves as the exclusive digital certificate provider for Currenex’s electronic trading platforms.
Currenex’s award-winning proprietary foreign exchange trading solutions are used by global financial institutions, including funds, corporations, banks and other market participants, to conduct high-value transactions over the Internet. Currenex uses GeoTrust’s True Credentials® digital certificates to authenticate individual identities and GeoTrust’s Enterprise SSL™ certificates to secure online transactions. Together, these provide the highest levels of security where the average transaction is $3 million in value. “At Currenex we have implemented comprehensive security measures at every point of the trading process to ensure complete protection of user data and full member confidentiality,” said Clifford M. Lewis, CEO and Chairman of Currenex. “We chose GeoTrust as our digital certificate partner because they provided us with the flexibility that allows us to customise our enrollment and approval processes. This allows us to issue digital credentials easily and authenticate our users to protect their trade data and provide a secure medium for electronic transactions.” GeoTrust Inc.
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