RESTON, Va., March 31, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- We are pleased to announce that Trevor Freeman has joined CertiPath as Vice President and Chief Architect. In this role, he has responsibility for the technical architecture of CertiPath's products and large custom coding projects. Trevor is well-known in the industry for his security engineering expertise, capability that will immediately bring value to CertiPath and all its customers.
Trevor has a wealth of experience. Before joining CertiPath, he was with Microsoft for 19 years and was with the Trustworthy Computing for 6 years as Senior Security Strategist focusing on "Trusted Data." Over the years he worked in several different groups to include Windows Security, Window Network Experience, and Microsoft Exchange. He acquired his Doctorate degree in Analytical Biochemistry from the University of Salford in the U.K. He holds multiple patents in Mail Server Coordination Activities Using Message Metadata, Certificate Remoting and Recovery, Total Exchange Session Security, Key Distribution for Secure Messaging, One Time Password Key Ring for Mobile Computing Device, Security Associations for Devices, XML Schema for Network Device Configuration, Efficient and Secure Authentication of Computing Systems, Configuring Network Settings Using Portable Storage Media, Credentials and Digitally Signed Objects and Systems and Method for Enabling Different Grades of Cryptography Strength in Product.
Trevor has authored several articles to include Requirements for Message Access Control - IETF (in-progress), Server-Based Certificate Validation Protocol (SCVP) - IETF, Logotypes in X.509 Certificates - IETF, UPnP Device Architecture v1.1 - UPnP Forum, WLAN Configuration v1 - UPnP Forum and Radius Client v1 - UPnP Forum.
Trevor, his wife Anne and his son live in Washington State. They enjoy sailing on Sweet Dream with their dog Bounty.
CertiPath is the federated trust authority for high-assurance identity and access control to sensitive assets in both physical and online environments. It has defined a common standardized set of policies and practices for establishing, managing and securing Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)-based identity credentials that meet the most rigorous standards for identity, integrity and trust. CertiPath's federated trust authority certifies that its individual member organizations adhere to the policies and practices of the trust framework. As a result, these companies can assert the identities of employees globally - on software-based digital certificates or on hardware tokens such as smart cards - to gain logical access to sensitive intellectual property and physical access to secure locations and corporate offices.
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