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ioTrust™ Security Solutions

Securing the IIoT

While consumer IoT has slowed somewhat, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) — which connects industrial equipment in factories — is booming. Per TNW, the size and scale of IIoT will overtake the consumer market as IoT technology permeates the industrial sector. 

PKI: On-Premise versus Managed Service Debate

Organizations can deploy and manage their own PKI or use a hosted PKI operated by a managed service provider. In this post, we’ll walk you through the key considerations to be aware of when choosing on-premises versus managed PKI service.
Digital DNA

Digital Business is Here – Is Your Trust Infrastructure Ready?

If you’re looking for a stronger PKI solution, we’ve made some important product enhancements that simplify scaling up for digital business, deployment and management, and reduce your total cost of ownership.

The true cost of deploying a PKI

The cost of a PKI solution is just one part of total costs. IT leaders need to consider all costs — staff investment, infrastructure, maintenance, and future requirements to drive desired digital business outcomes — rather than the lowest up-front cost.

Ready! Set! Jump! Trust Networks in Digital Business and Skydiving

For more on the ubiquity of trust in the digital business economy (and to hear me question some of the trust assumptions I made during my skydiving adventure), check out my conversation with IDG about Trusted Identity. How are you building trust across your infrastructure (people, process and technology) to accelerate your digital business initiatives?
Digital DNA

New Report: Securing Your Business with PKI

As the system of policies, procedures and roles that provide and regulate digital signatures and public-key encryption, PKI is vital to ensuring proper authentication doesn’t fall in the wrong hands.

Public-Key Solves Half of the Key Distribution Problem

As part of our ongoing celebration of the 20th Anniversary of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), we’re looking back in a four-part series on the pioneers, processes and events that have shaped this ever-evolving technology. In part one, we traced the early history of PKI and highlighted some of the challenges that led to important technological innovations. Today we look back at how managing symmetric keys in the 1970’s was proving problematic – and how key players forged new solutions for a growing need.

Patents, Key Escrow and the Elliptic Curve

As part of Entrust’s ongoing celebration of our 20th Anniversary of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), we’re looking back in a four-part series on the pioneers, processes and events that have shaped this ever-evolving technology. In parts one and two, we traced the early history of PKI and highlighted some of the challenges and innovations that shaped the technology. Today we look back at how patent issues and government involvement affected the continued development, access and adoption of PKI.

What’s Next for PKI?

As part of Entrust’s ongoing celebration of our 20th Anniversary of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), we’re looking back in a four-part series on the pioneers, processes and events that have shaped this ever-evolving technology.  In the first three parts, we traced the early history of PKI and highlighted some of the challenges and innovations that shaped the technology thus far. Today we look at the future of PKI and the complexities of creating secure policies and practices that extend beyond borders to protect citizens and data worldwide.

20 Years of PKI and Secure Transactions

Almost 20 years ago, the first publicly trusted certification authorities (CAs) began generating their root keys and root certificates, which represented the public trust of the first Internet root CAs. Slowly, these root certificates were provided to operating system and browser vendors to be embedded in their software. Embedding indicated that the software vendor trusted the CA to issue publicly trusted certificates. The CAs were relatively conservative. They developed certificate polices and certification practice statements. 
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