The Secure Key Infrastructure is a very secure alternative to the existing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) system. The Secure Key Infrastructure utilizes a worldwide infrastructure in which keys are distributed across a satellite network for true-double blinding. This effectively eliminates the threat of “man-in-the-middle” attacks and mitigates against Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS) attacks.

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Secure Key Infrastructure and your Business

The Secure Key Infrastructure:

  • Leverages a global provider satellite network
  • Eliminates the cumbersome/ insecure PKI Certificate Authority process
  • Can be licensed and deployed by OEM’s to replace PKI

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SCI Solutions Using Secure Key Infrastructure Technology

SCI Subsidiaries Using Secure Key Infrastructure Technology

What is Secure Key Infrastructure?

  • Utilizes worldwide satellite network infrastructure for true, double-blinded token exchange (key distribution)
  • Uses OAuth, HTTPS, and TLS to secure communications between clients and servers during they Token Exchange process.
  • SKI’s native Token Authority (TA) is SCIFCOM