An enterprise needs to be crypto-agile.
Cryptographic agility refers to the ability of an IT infrastructure to evolve and adopt alternatives to their current cryptographic primitive quickly. The most common example of this can be the SHA1 to SHA2 migration.
The longer an enterprise delays the replacement of its vulnerable PKI, the more data and money is lost to cyber criminals. These criminals have the ability to hide in encrypted traffic using your vulnerable keys. Yet the importance of a prompt PKI update is seldom understood.
As with any update, a PKI update can become expensive, time-consuming, and painful if not done right. Our free guide can help you ease this migration.
In this guide, you’ll learn:
- A simple template to drive a successful key update
- The pillars that determine the success of your PKI update
- The things you should not do after an update