There are several key elements that make up mature public key infrastructure implementations. We’ll explore 5 questions you can ask to ascertain how mature your organization’s PKI is.
The PKI Consortium, formerly the CA Security Council, rolled out its first draft of a PKI Maturity Model (PKIMM). The idea, which is inspired by Carnegie Mellon University’s Capability Maturity Model Integration (CMMI), aims to help organizations evaluate and gain better insights into the capabilities of their public key infrastructure (PKI) implementations to achieve greater security and digital trust.
It should come as no surprise that virtually every organization’s security, to some extent, relies on PKI. After all, it’s the foundational technology and framework that internet security is built upon. But creating this proposed maturity model brings to mind a question every organization should ask: How mature is my PKI implementation?
Let’s hash it out.
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