Hardware Security Modules

The PKI Guy explores quantum-ready solutions with Bruno Couillard of Crypto4A

Q&A with Bruno Couillard, president and CTO, Crypto4A TPG: Your hardware security module (HSM) architecture team has an interesting history in the world of cryptography—can you tell us about that? BC: Many of our team, (including myself and the other three founders) have been consistently in the crypto and cybersecurity space for decades. Some of…

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PKI Explained: Why It Is Necessary and Relevant Now More Than Ever

Unauthorized access, unsigned applications (malware) and unsecured email. What can help prevent these top 3 cyberthreats impacting organizations today? Public key infrastructure (PKI). Mark explains PKI and authentication in an article in ISACA’s The Nexus. I like his analogy describing PKI as “a virtual, encrypted handshake.” Check out the article. Share this…FacebookTwitterLinkedin

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Backing up ADCS Certificate Authorities (Part 1 of 2)

One of the areas I have spoken about extensively at conferences and cover in my training classes is the unique issues associated with backing up and managing your ADCS Certificate Authority. There are several items I would like to address in this two-part series: CA Database and log file structure Unique issues with VM Snapshots with…

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Palo Alto and Bluecoat SSL Appliances and your PKI Security

Over the last year a common question has surfaced repeatedly as customers look to adopt SSL Packet inspection services for outgoing connections. These appliances are designed to allow monitoring and management of data contained inside of normally protected SSL sessions being initiated inside the organization. In order for these appliances to work, they have to…

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