Entrust Technologies Inc. says the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications, or SWIFT, will base the security of its entire operations on Entrust's public-key infrastructure software. "The Entrust PKI supports SWIFT's need to continuously strengthen end-to-end security through encryption, authentication and non-repudiation," says Erik Guldentops, SWIFT's director, global information security. Entrust's public key software employs keys that are distributed, changed and revoked

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