Outsourcing PKI to the Cloud

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Managing security at scale is a major overhead for organizations. As hackers and criminals become more sophisticated, it’s more important than ever to create strong, robust and proven methods to encrypt information and verify access rights.

The gold standard for securing information across the network is through public key infrastructure (PKI).

When it comes to implementing PKI, businesses have some options. They can either develop a DIY on-premise PKI system, or use an on-demand, cloud-based PKI solution, commonly referred to as PKI-as-a-Service (PKIaaS).

Choosing the right security infrastructure has profound implications. To help you decide, we’ve explored several aspects of the DIY on-premise PKI system versus cloud-based PKIaaS platforms. By the end of this paper, you will have a clear idea of what each type of service can provide, and why PKIaaS is likely to be your better choice. 

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