Venafi is the market leading cybersecurity company in Next-Generation Trust Protection (NGTP). Venafi delivered the first trust protection platform to secure cryptographic keys and digital certificates that every business and government depend on for secure communications, commerce, computing, and mobility.What do you want to know?
Venafi is the market leading cybersecurity company in Next-Generation Trust Protection (NGTP). Venafi delivered the first trust protection platform to secure cryptographic keys and digital certificatesLooking for a tried-and-true Venafi partner?
Do not blindly trust in the legitimacy of any encrypted session. How does your organization secure and protect your cryptographic keys and digital certificates?Trust Protection Platform™
Sometimes you need a little help, and sometimes you need a lot. Luckily, we offer options that meet your particular level of need. We’re here to help.How Can We Assist You?
You’ve seen the headlines—certificate errors that cause embarrassing outages, trusted CAs compromised, damaging data leaks. Now you’re seeking solutions that protect you.May we offer you a world-class solution?
Stop blindly trusting the keys and certificates your organization relies on to operate. Get insight and analysis for your cryptographic assets, retool with new strategies and help from Venafi key and certificate security experts.How do you gain visibility into threats?
Symmetric Key Manager facilitates control over your symmetric keys while applying policy to these assets for added security.
"Venafi offers compelling advantages, such as being the early mover in this market, with proven deployments at marquee customers demonstrating its ability to scale and provide breadth of integration."
"When there are many hundreds of certificates from a variety of certificate authorities, the only ecumenical [universal], nonproprietary provider of a certificate management solution is Venafi. Other CA management systems are biased toward the particular CA by, for example, only supporting renewals from that specific CA." Read More
"No CISO could consider having tens of thousands of unknown network ports open and have no way to control them. But that’s the alarming reality today with regards the trust established by keys and certificates..." Read More
"Organizations with roughly 200 or more documented X.509 certificates in use are high-risk candidates for unplanned expiry and having certificates that have been purchased but not deployed." Read More
"Technology critical to cloud computing is in clear and present danger...attacks on Secure Shell (SSH) keys present the most alarming threat arising from failure to control trust." Read More
“Certificates can no longer be blindly trusted”
“Just because something is digitally signed doesn't mean it can be trusted.”
“Enterprise awareness of attacks on keys and certificates is in its infancy; most don’t understand how to detect or respond to an attack.” Read More
“Advanced threat detection provides an important layer of protection but is not a substitute for securing keys and certificates that can provide an attacker trusted status that evades detection.” Read More
“Data security investments don’t adequately address trust-based attacks.” Read More
"Enterprise awareness of attacks on keys and certificates is in its infancy; most don't understand how to detect or respond to an attack.” Read More
"Admittedly this is a complex topic, but the most important takeaway is this: the risk-based evaluation your company needs to make right now is not about your vulnerability to the Flame virus; it is about your vulnerability to MD5-signed certificates. If you are confident in knowing how many of these there are, and where they are, and what systems are potentially at risk as a result – well done.” Read More