IT leaders and managers familiar with Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) recognize it as one of the industry’s oldest tried and tested security tools. IT pros also recognize the cost and dedicated resources required to stand up and manage a PKI program in-house. As the digital evolution continues, so does PKI’s transformation and its importance within the enterprise security fabric.
Like all security initiatives, modernizing PKI within the security framework is key to mitigating risk and achieving compliance. But with the industry’s skill shortage and competing budget priorities, how can you bypass barriers to deploy a program that’s right for your team, the enterprise and its budget? Where do you start?
Join cybersecurity analyst Simon Gibson and Keyfactor’s Chief Security Officer Chris Hickman as they review:
- How PKI has evolved to integrate enterprise SaaS, PaaS and applications
- PKI program failures and how to avoid making the same mistakes
- Real-life case studies that break-down the costs of on-premises versus cloud-based PKI deployments
- Tips to help you map your PKI requirements and build your budget