Trust is a critical requirement for the feasibility of electronic invoicing. Digital signatures, powered by encryption and public key infrastructure (PKI), represent the means for establishing secure electronic invoicing. If digital signatures are in any way compromised, the entire electronic invoice infrastructure will be compromised.
Protecting digital signatures from compromise requires a mechanism to secure the cryptographic keys at the heart of the digital signatures themselves. Recognizing this, many organizations use hardware security modules (HSMs) to protect the private keys used in electronic invoicing.
SafeNet Hardware Security Modules (HSMs) are dedicated systems that physically and logically secure the cryptographic keys that are at the heart of digital signatures.
Electronic invoices are digitally signed with a secure private signing key, which requires an HSM capable of performing certificate authority management tasks.
The HSM stores the keys within the secure confines of the appliance throughout the key life cycle.
The HSM enables the organization to secure digitally certified invoices and to cryptographically bind the identity of the certifying party to the invoice.
By storing cryptographic keys in a centralized, hardened device, HSMs can eliminate the risks associated with having these assets housed on disparate, poorly secured platforms. In addition, this centralization can significantly streamline security administration.
Ensure integrity of an invoice
Provide non repudiation of receipt and origin
Secure electronic tracking and storage
Scale to accommodate high volumes of invoices
Enhance security and ensure compliance
FIPS validated and Common Criteria Certified
For years, the digitalization of assets has been underway, completely transforming entire industries, from healthcare to music. In the same way, the move to digitalization has also brought f
Powering eInvoicing systems with industry compliant hardware security modules for maximum integrity,
accuracy, and security
Considering the growing exposure and potential
ramifications of information incidents – such as failed
regulatory audits, fines, litigation, breach notification
costs, market set-backs
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