RSA has launched software that allows companies to share secret documents over the internet at its annual conference in San Jose.
The company unveiled its Keon e-sign software, designed to help companies sign confidential web-based forms. It checks that all digital signatures have been verified and ensures that the form signed on the internet has not been tampered with.
Keon allows companies to make transactions that require a physical signature online and still make them legally binding, the company said.
RSA also revealed its new BSafe toolkit for wireless environments which allows developers to build secure digital signing, payment features and other private documents into any embedded or wireless devices. BSafe consists of SSL-C Micro Edition, Cert-C Micro Edition and Crypto-C Micro Edition.
In addition the company announced an update to its ClearTrust 4.7 web access management software. The enhanced version adds a data abstraction layer to allow the software to integrate more easily with a company's existing data sources.
Part of that integration includes native support for the Lightweight Directory Access Protocol.
ClearTrust 4.7 will be available within 45 days and is priced on a per-user basis, with a one-user licence costing £19 ($27).
RSA also announced a strategic partnership with 13 technology companies, including Oracle, Siebel, BEA Systems, Business Layers and Waveset Technologies, to ensure interoperability with its ClearTrust software.
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