Today, many technology solutions we adopt without fully calculating what they’ll deliver—or fail to deliver.
In 1950, Albert Einstein wrote that “Perfection of means and confusion of goals seem, in my opinion, to characterize our age.” At the time, he was referring to the safety and welfare of mankind. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) can be one such technology. Nobody deploys PKI solely for PKI’s sake. Trusted roots, keys, and certificates are a proven method to achieving meaningful authentication, encryption, and digital signing across key application and networking workloads within IT infrastructures.