Posts Tagged ‘PKI’

Basic Constraints certificate extension

Hello everyone! Today I’m going to talk about X.509 Basic Constraints certificate extension. Basic Constraints is an X.509 Version 3 certificate extension and is used to identify the type of the certificate holder/subject. In the past (prior to version 3 X.509 certificates) it was impossible to identify who is the subject: CA certificate or end…

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The PKI Guy explores IoT security with Doug Beattie of GlobalSign

Q&A with Doug Beattie, vice president of product management, GlobalSign TPG: Tell us about your scalable encryption. DB: GlobalSign is an identity services company providing cloud-based, highly scalable PKI solutions for enterprises needing to conduct safe commerce, communications, content delivery, and community interactions. Our identity and security solutions enable businesses, large enterprises, cloud-based service providers,…

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New Online PKI Training Courses Are a Deep Dive into Public Key Infrastructure: Critical for IT Security, IoT, 5G, and SHAKEN/STIR

Why Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)? A PKI is the core of IT for enterprises, supporting network authentication, data encryption, code signing and secure email. In addition, in the next two years, 42 percent of Internet of Things (IoT) devices such as temperature sensors, televisions, and smart vehicles will rely primarily on digital certificates for identification…

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PKI Glossary of Terms

Over the course of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) design, implementation, and management, you will encounter many terms and acronyms that are defined in this document. The biggest part of the PKI implementation process is meeting with the stakeholders to ask and answer questions about where things are, how they work, what they struggle with today,…

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