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Short Take: VeriSign to adapt for banks

Certificate authority VeriSign said it will adapt its public key infrastructure (PKI) service so that it can be used in a worldwide initiative announced recently by eight major banks. Working with CertCo, the banks said they will issue digital certificates worldwide that vouch for the identity of companies or individuals involved in business-to-business Net commerce.

Certificate authority VeriSign said it will adapt its public key infrastructure (PKI) service so that it can be used in a worldwide initiative announced recently by eight major banks. Working with CertCo, the banks said they will issue digital certificates worldwide that vouch for the identity of companies or individuals involved in business-to-business Net commerce.