Entrust SSL Certificates for Intel Core vPro processors are purchased by enterprises or organizations to authenticate IT staff to more securely administer any PC using Intel Core vPro technology on a corporate network — even when the machine is turned off or disabled — for maintenance and other necessary tasks. Thanks to the embedded roots and the deployed SSL certificate, the channel between the networked machine and the administrator is encrypted.
Intel will embed Entrust certificates in the latest 5th Generation Intel Core vPro processors and chipsets.
Entrust Certificate Services, which also offers customers services for discovering and managing digital certificates, drives the company’s leadership and innovation in this space. More than 98 percent of all Certificate Management Service (CMS) customers renew their subscription to the service. And bookings of Entrust digital certificates and related services grew more than 33 percent in 2010.
"This agreement with Intel marks the natural progression of our technology, but also demonstrates the growth of our SSL digital certificate offerings and services," said Conner. "The future of security is moving to the chip — whether that’s for mobile devices, tablets, meters, smartcards or chipsets for desktops."
Entrust assists organizations in discovering and managing the digital certificates deployed within their environment — regardless of type or the issuing vendor. By identifying and evaluating deployed digital certificates, Entrust Discovery helps organizations avoid compliance ramifications, costly outages or even losses from data.
Entrust offers a comprehensive portfolio of today’s most-used digital certificates, including basic SSL certificates, more advanced EV multi-domain SSL certificates, or specialty certificates for secure e-mail and Adobe PDFs.
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