Illinois unifying PKI program

    Date25 Jan 2001
    CategoryCryptography
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    Posted ByAnthony Pell
    Illinois has decided to standardize its electronic transaction authentication system, but questions remain about how it will work. The state's public-key infrastructure program, which uses digital certificates to authenticate users for electronic transactions, will be standardized on Entrust Technologies Inc.'s . . . Illinois has decided to standardize its electronic transaction authentication system, but questions remain about how it will work. The state's public-key infrastructure program, which uses digital certificates to authenticate users for electronic transactions, will be standardized on Entrust Technologies Inc.'s system, said Brent Crossland, deputy technology officer for Illinois, speaking Monday at the Entrust SecureSummit 2001 conference in San Diego.
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