May 21, 2001

Open Source entrant to UK government's PKI trials

Author: JT Smith "The office of the e-Envoy has awarded netproject a contract to examine how to achieve an Open Source PKI that
could be used in the second round of PKI interoperability trials to be conducted by the UK
Communications-Electronics Security Group (CESG) later this year.

'The importance of this contract is that the UK Government has recognised the need for a vendor neutral entrant to
the PKI Interoperability Trials and because Open Source is free the initial survey and study is being funded by the
office of the e-Envoy.' said Eddie Bleasdale, director of netproject."


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