Best Practices for Securing your Root CA’s Private Key
Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) plays a vital role in securing IT infrastructure. From passport issuance to border control and all the way to user and device authentication within an enterprise – PKI plays a key role in ensuring trust. It helps establish a chain of trust both within and across the boundaries of an organization. As such, it facilitates the exchange of data in a secure and trustworthy manner.
Understand important best practices for securing Root CA such as
- Dual Control
- Least privilege
- CA offline
- CA physically locked away
- Secure audit trails
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