Remme, a developer of a distributed Public Key Infrastructure (PKId) protocol and PKI-enabled apps, today announced it has finalized a partnership with leading identity services provider GlobalSign, a GMO Internet Group company.
GlobalSign will leverage Remme’s Keyhub product as a standalone white-label certificate discovery, inventory, and management platform for its customers. In the coming months, Remme will be helping GlobalSign customers make informed decisions about their existing certificate inventories and understand what areas of their IT environment require attention.
“From this day on we can proudly say that Remme has become a blockchain-built company, bringing its services and products to enterprises. This is also a huge step towards creating next-gen decentralized identity and access management solutions for people and machines. GlobalSign is one of the most significant partnerships we have sealed to date. We’re working diligently behind the scenes to educate more enterprises, including CAs, about the benefits of decentralization in IAM. In the meantime, we look forward to working with GlobalSign and forging a lasting partnership that benefits both parties.”
– The Remme Team
With 5 million digital IDs issued to websites and machines, GlobalSign provides trusted identity and security solutions to enable businesses, large enterprises, cloud-based service providers and IoT innovators worldwide to conduct secure online communications, manage millions of verified digital identities, and automate authentication and encryption. Founded in 1996, GlobalSign’s status is underlined by its client base, which includes companies like Google, Apple, Microsoft, Yahoo!, BBC, Virgin, Adobe, HSBC and Intel, all of whom rely upon GlobalSign for their enterprise security needs.
The Remme team recently released a global vision of its Remme product suite. Each distinct product has a unique role to play in furthering its goal of making authentication safer for everyone. Remme’s identity solutions ecosystem includes:
- Protocol – an open-source solution that secures online communication among browsers, apps, servers, and devices by utilizing a decentralized environment organized in a distributed network.
- Keyhub – built with the goal of managing machine digital IDs. It treats machines as identities, not assets. Keyhub detects digital certificates (known and unknown) in complex corporate environments, be it internal or external; provides complete visibility to machine IDs in one platform; and transforms complex systems into a simple-to-use web solution. It is design-oriented, cost-effective, scalable, and easy to integrate.
- Auth – designed to address the challenges with human identity and access management for modern organizations of all sizes and private users all over the world. A variety of Auth features such as multifactor passwordless authentication, omnichannel single sign-on and self-sovereign identity, will help to build a consistent user experience, protect against data breaches, and seamlessly integrate into the digital lifestyle of users.
Protocol and Keyhub are already running, and now Remme is focused on delivering Auth solutions.