ChosenSecurity and Edgile Partner to Deliver Consolidated Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) Solutions to Enterprises

Driving Thought Leadership to CISOs to Bring Visibility to On-Demand PKI as the Most Efficient Outsourced Solution

SAN JOSE, Calif., Jan. 30 -- Edgile Inc., a premier security consulting services firm focused on providing world-class security services to large enterprises, today announced a partnership with ChosenSecurity, Inc, to utilize ChosenSecurity's On-Demand Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) service via with Edgile's consulting practice. This will allow enterprises to consolidate multiple PKI installations by moving to ChosenSecurity's affordable On-Demand PKI managed service as an outsourced solution. Edgile can help enterprises consolidate existing PKI installations by migrating users to ChosenSecurity's On-Demand PKI service, achieving significant cost savings.

Edgile's professionals are experts in security and identity management technologies. Combining decades of enterprise-wide IT experience with focus on business value and risk, Edgile delivers tailored security solutions that meet the needs of your business. Edgile's business and technical experts help reduce risks and costs associated with IT security projects. The resulting integrated security platform better leverages existing technologies and is tailored to your business.

Large enterprises, particularly in security-conscious and highly regulated industries such as financial services, manufacturing and pharmaceuticals, use PKI to issue digital certificates that encrypt information passing across networks. In this manner, PKI customers can secure e-mail, VPNs and business applications. PKI also enables digital signatures that can be used to automate workflow.

"Edgile has a great reputation for having the most senior PKI experts who can assess business needs and design security strategies that really optimize your core security infrastructure," said Dean Coclin, Vice President of Business Development at ChosenSecurity. "We're pleased to work with Edgile to help their clients optimize their security infrastructure by migrating to an On-Demand PKI platform."

"ChosenSecurity's business model is one that companies will find very attractive: it's simple to setup and use, while being very cost-effective," said Don Elledge, CEO of Edgile. "We at Edgile are pleased to partner with ChosenSecurity to bring these solutions to our enterprise clients."

About ChosenSecurity, Inc.

ChosenSecurity is the leading provider of On-Demand PKI (public key infrastructure) security services in the world, enabling a wide range of PKI- enabled security services for enterprise authentication, secure e-mail and digital signatures. The Company delivers breakthrough economics and implementation speed to the Enterprise; up to 70% less than in-house implementations, 50% less than traditional managed services, and can be implemented in just a few weeks.

Unlike traditional PKI implementations, ChosenSecurity is the world's first PKI that can be deployed across multiple clients in a web-based Security as a Service model, enabling any sized enterprise to achieve PKI security in a few weeks with no capital costs, hardware, software or network changes. Headquartered in Newton, MA, ChosenSecurity is a true leader of certification service providers at the forefront of identity management. For additional information, please visit

About Edgile, Inc.

Edgile, The Security Consulting Experts, focuses on helping enterprises optimize their identity management and security infrastructures. Edgile specializes in identity management and authentication technologies to address critical compliance, data protection and security demands.

Edgile has a unique ability to migrate customers from the Entrust PKI to ChosenSecurity's On-Demand PKI service, using Edgile's PKI Migration Toolkit. The Toolkit is a collection of custom code, applications, and methodologies that are the product of multiple PKI Migrations that Edgile has conducted. Edgile's website is

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