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In today’s ever-expanding digital ecosystem and work-from-home reality, IT teams are under more pressure than ever to ensure digital identity security across the entire enterprise. The traditional network firewall no longer provides sufficient protection as employees access enterprise networks from a web of connected devices.
To ensure user, device, and application credentials, enterprises are turning to public key infrastructure (PKI) for authentication. Put simply, PKI certificates safeguard against vulnerabilities and service interruptions that put your business at risk.
But your PKI authentication and encryption are only as strong as the infrastructure behind them. Without following PKI security best practices, IT teams may be creating vulnerabilities rather than protecting against them. Download our brand new e-book to learn about the twenty-one PKI Pitfalls we've identified to avoid.