Upgrading and Improving the Trust of Microsoft Windows Certificate Authorities

Presented by

Mark Cooper, President of PKI Solutions and Peter DiToro, Vice President Services at Thales e-Security

About this talk

Many public key infrastructures (PKIs) in use today are built on Microsoft Active Directory Certificate Services (AD CS), including a large percentage that are based on the Windows Server 2003 operating system. Given the end of service for that operating system in 2015, the significantly increased demands placed on legacy PKIs by today’s applications, and the need to support newer cryptographic algorithms, many organizations have determined that the risk of “no action” is simply too high. This webinar will highlight what you need to know to assess the security of your PKI, and to maintain or migrate your PKI to ensure continued trust. The webinar will also highlight the security and compliance benefits gained by integrating hardware security modules (HSMs) and outline the steps you need to take to incorporate them to protect the most vulnerable root and Certificate Authority (CA) keys in your infrastructure.

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