Cryptsoft today announced the release of its Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) and Cryptographic interface (PKCS#11) Client Software Development Kit (SDK) for C++ developers at the RSA Conference 2016.
“Cryptsoft is continuing to meet market demand by expanding our industry leading range of KMIP and PKCS#11 software development kits in 2016,” said Greg Scott, CEO of Cryptsoft. “Cryptsoft works closely with our customers in the data storage, infrastructure & security and cloud platform markets to ensure that we deliver the tools necessary to build interoperable open standards based secure applications in the language and platforms used by their developers.”
Cryptsoft applies its expertise in cryptographic, enterprise key management and authentication technologies, helping to drive several industry standards initiatives, including the OASIS Key Management Interoperability Protocol (KMIP) Technical Committee and the OASIS Public-Key Cryptography Standard #11 (PKCS#11) Technical Committee.
“Customers have constantly changing needs for specific tools in their development environments. The deep understanding required to manage multiple key objects, encryption algorithms, interface protocols and security interfaces makes developing modern security products challenging to even the most experienced programmer,” said Tim Hudson, CTO and Technical Director at Cryptsoft. “Our expert team of engineers have now extended our client KMIP and PKCS#11 SDKs for use by C++ programmers so that they can benefit from our industry leading conformity to open standards and deliver interoperable and verifiable secure applications for the modern enterprise.”
Cryptsoft will be available at booth 3030 in the Moscone North exhibition hall.