CA certificates are the small digital files that make digital trust, digital identity, and security possible—whether across the internet or within your company network.
Certificate authority certificates, or CA certificates, are found virtually everywhere within your organization’s IT environment. In fact, you’ve probably got dozens of them on your computer/device… and you even used several of them to be able to read this article.
Whether you’re operating an eCommerce website or digitally signing your latest software patches, these digital files and their cryptographic keys are what help to protect your customers and data against attackers and compromise.
But what is a CA certificate, and how does your organization use different CA certs within its environment?
Let’s hash it out.
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