Is Your PKI Future-Proofed?

Enterprises are dealing with a new and evolving set of challenges and requirements that are driving changes to their core public key infrastructure (PKI). The number of applications that depend on certificate issuance services is increasing dramatically, and ranges from basic SSL and user/device authentication to cloud services and now to the Internet of Things (IoT). So, what are enterprises doing to meet these new challenges? Larry Ponemon, Chairman & Founder of the Ponemon Institute, and John Grimm, Senior Director of Security Strategy at Thales e-Security, give an overview of the top findings of the 2016 Global PKI Trends Study, including:

  • PKI best practices that enterprises are adopting
  • The latest trends in PKI deployment – from internal to managed to the cloud and more
  • How hardware security modules (HSMs) are being used to improve the trust and assurance level of mission-critical PKIs

Click below to view the on demand webcast. Also, you can download the study itself by clicking below:

Additional Resources

Executive Summary

Read a quick summary
of 2016 PKI Trends

Press Release

Survey reveals influence of
cloud and IoT on PKI

Summary Video

Watch a quick video
of 2016 PKI trends


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About Thales e-Security

Thales e-Security + Vormetric have combined to form the leading global data protection and digital trust management company. Together, we enable companies to compete confidently and quickly by securing data at-rest, in-motion, and in-use to effectively deliver secure and compliant solutions with the highest levels of management, speed and trust across physical, virtual, and cloud environments. By deploying our leading solutions and services, targeted attacks are thwarted and sensitive data risk exposure is reduced with the least business disruption and at the lowest life cycle cost. Thales e-Security and Vormetric are part of Thales Group.