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Symantec Shared Service Provider PKI

Rigorous Government Compliance for FIPS 201, HSPD-12, and more

Symantec Shared Service Provider PKI Service provides an SSP PKI service and a complementary Card Management System to enable Federal agencies to comply with FIPS 201. Federal agencies can leverage Symantec’s highly available and scalable Internet-based infrastructure to help ensure the availability of their mission-critical strong authentication services.

Key Features

  • Cloud-based Infrastructure: Symantec hosts and operates multiple, dedicated CAs for each federal agency.
  • Out of the Box Integration: Integrates with Symantec Card Management System and proven compatibility with other vendor smartcard management systems. GSA FIPS 201 approved middleware provides dynamic support for PKI credentials stored on a smart card or security device.
  • Supports a Full Suite of Digital Certificates: Designed to meet Federal agency security needs, including four (4) certificates on the PIV card and other device certificates for PIV content signing, OCSP responders, and Windows domain controllers.
  • Proven, Trusted Solution: Employs the same PKI technology that is used throughout Symantec’s military-grade public key infrastructure and Network Operations Centers. Annual WebTrust and SAS-70 compliance audits are conducted by an independent, accredited third-party.

Key Benefits

  • Cost-Effective: By leveraging Symantec Shared Service Provider PKI Service, federal and non-federal agencies save significantly versus implementing and managing their own PKI environment.
  • Rapid Deployment: Agencies can be issuing PKI-based credentials within days of signing up for Symantec Shard Service Provider PKI Service.
  • Mission-Critical Reliability: Delivers reliability and availability levels that help meet mission-critical needs; including 24x7x365 monitoring, management, archiving, and full disaster recovery.

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