HP JetAdvantage Security Manager
Automate provisioning of certificates to HP printers or multifunction devices
Gain visibility down to the user level for all certificates
Get a running start with existing CAs and directory import
Validated SCEP integration for issuing multiprofile and policy-enforced certificates
Kill switch to revoke all certificates for a given individual across CAs
Import and sync with directory services
Certificates are vital to protecting the flow of information to and from your devices. But manually installing unique certificates can be an error-prone, laborious, and time-consuming task—up to 15 minutes per device. HP Security Manager efficiently and automatically installs and integrates both ID and CA certificates across your fleet of HP devices in one fell swoop, speeding up the process and reducing administrative overhead. The solution also automatically detects and renews certificates before they expire to save additional time and effort.
Simple Certificate Enrollment Protocol (SCEP) is an Internet Draft in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). This protocol is used by numerous manufacturers of network equipment and software who are developing simplified means of handling certificates for large-scale implementation.
When implemented as a client by HP within Security Manager, this allows HP to integrate with a broad range of certificate authorities, registration authorities and trust platforms whether internal or external if that protocol is enabled. The SCEP connector for Security Manager is designed to be compatible with the draft specification including vendors that support the SCEP protocol/service. While there are risks with implementing/testing draft specifications, HP will assure the initial design and testing verifies compatibility with Venafi.