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The Four Pillars of Certificate Automation

The more automated your approach to Digital Identity across the enterprise, the better off you are. Think about the risk of an outage if a certificate expires or if certificates are unknowingly deployed in your environment. How quickly can you swap out all of your certificates due to an unplanned or strategic event? Those are just a few examples, but you get the point! We cannot underestimate the impact of not using automation in identity management, especially as certificate lifespans are now becoming shorter and shorter, and quantum computing is looming on the horizon
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Tim Callan, Chief Compliance Officer at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
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  • The Four Pillars of Certificate Automation Jun 30 2021 1:00 pm UTC 52 mins
    Tim Callan, Chief Compliance Officer at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    The more automated your approach to Digital Identity across the enterprise, the better off you are. Think about the risk of an outage if a certificate expires or if certificates are unknowingly deployed in your environment. How quickly can you swap out all of your certificates due to an unplanned or strategic event? Those are just a few examples, but you get the point! We cannot underestimate the impact of not using automation in identity management, especially as certificate lifespans are now becoming shorter and shorter, and quantum computing is looming on the horizon
  • 21 PKI Pitfalls to Avoid May 25 2021 1:00 pm UTC 46 mins
    Tim Callan, Chief Compliance Officer at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    When you're implementing or modifying PKI across your infrastructure, there are many ways it can go wrong. We've outlined 21 of the most common PKI mistakes and how to avoid them. But don't freak out; we've categorized them into five themes, all of which we will cover in this 45-minute webinar.

    Join Sectigo Chief Compliance Officer Tim Callan and CTO of PKI Jason Soroko as they discuss in detail these common PKI pitfalls to avoid:
    • Certificate problems
    • Deployment problems
    • Systemic security problems
    • Governance problems
    • Visibility problems
  • Root Causes Episode 69: Fundamentals of DevOps and PKI Recorded: May 7 2021 23 mins
    Tim Callan, CCO at Sectigo, Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo, & David Colon, Senior DevOps Engineer at Sectigo
    In our ongoing series on DevOps and PKI, DevOps practitioner David Colon joins us to help describe the intersection of DevOps security and PKI. We explore how PKI fits in with orchestration engines like Kubernetes and some of the practical considerations in securely using keys in such environments.
  • Root Causes Episode 68: Why SHA - 1 Is No Longer Secure Recorded: May 5 2021 32 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    SHA-1 was a cornerstone of the early secure web. Now, 25 years later, this hashing function is no longer secure. Join our hosts to hear the history of SHA-1, its common use cases, and the properties of an effective hashing function. Learn about collision attacks and why they matter. Find out the reasons SHA-1 is still in use and why it is no longer secure in today's computing world.
  • Root Causes Episode 67: Definition of DevOps and DevSecOps Recorded: May 3 2021 23 mins
    Tim Callan, CCO at Sectigo, Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo, & David Colon, Senior DevOps Engineer at Sectigo
    Our hosts are joined by senior DevOps engineer David Colon to explore what DevOps means in today's enterprise. They cover diverse aspects of the DevOps phenomenon, including cultural implications, "configuration drift," definition of release velocity, and DevSecOps. Plus of course how DevSecOps intersects with PKI.
  • Root Causes Episode 66: Functional Versus Homomorphic Encryption Recorded: Apr 30 2021 16 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    Traditionally, file encryption is an all-or-nothing affair where data cannot be gleaned from the encrypted file without fully decrypting its contents. A new brand of cryptography called homomorphic encryption makes it possible for specific types of data to be read from a file while the rest of it remains encrypted. Join our hosts as they explain this new technology approach and its possible implications and use cases.
  • Root Causes Episode 65: Quantum Key Distribution Recorded: Apr 28 2021 19 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    Quantum key distribution is a new technology that uses the principles of quantum physics to generate and distribute truly random keys for encrypted communication. Join us as we explain how quantum key distribution works, why it is not the same as quantum safe cryptography, and which cases it may be useful for.
  • Root Causes Episode 64: What is Digital Identity? Recorded: Apr 26 2021 30 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    The phrase "identity is the new perimeter" has gained in use of late, reflecting the reality that today's modern enterprise architecture is a mix of traditional and cloud, owned and rented and BYOD, all together in a complex mix. Under those circumstances identity is key to determine which digital entities have which permissions. But what do we mean when we say identity? Join our hosts as they explain the concepts behind digital identity, how they compare to our offline ideas around identity, and how these ideas shape computer security.
  • Root Causes Episode 63: What is CAA? Recorded: Apr 23 2021 10 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    CAA, which stands for CA Authentication, is the capability for the domain name owner to specify in DNS which CAs are allowed to issue SSL certificates for a specific domain. Join us to learn more about CAA, including how it works and its potential benefits to businesses.
  • The Four Pillars of Certificate Automation Recorded: Apr 22 2021 52 mins
    Tim Callan, Chief Compliance Officer at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    The more automated your approach to Digital Identity across the enterprise, the better off you are. Think about the risk of an outage if a certificate expires or if certificates are unknowingly deployed in your environment. How quickly can you swap out all of your certificates due to an unplanned or strategic event? Those are just a few examples, but you get the point! We cannot underestimate the impact of not using automation in identity management, especially as certificate lifespans are now becoming shorter and shorter, and quantum computing is looming on the horizon
  • Root Causes Episode 60: Fundamentals of Blockchain Recorded: Apr 21 2021 22 mins
    Tim Callan, CCO at Sectigo, Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo, & Alan Grau, VP of IoT and Embedded Security at Sectigo.
    Widely understood to be the technology behind popular crypto currencies, blockchain has become a household word. But what it blockchain really, and how does it work? Join our hosts and returning guest Alan Grau as they explain how blockchain functions, its strengths and weaknesses, and some of the other potential applications for this technology.
  • Root Causes Episode 59: What is Certificate Transparency? Recorded: Apr 19 2021 22 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    Certificate Transparency (CT) is a recent and important development in the world of SSL certificates. Popular browsers require trusted CAs to log all SSL certificates to publicly available CT Logs. Join our hosts to find out how various parties are using CT Logs to learn about CA behavior and SSL usage patterns and to improve the overall quality of public trust.
  • Root Causes Episode 57: Quantum Random Number Generation Recorded: Apr 16 2021 19 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    Random number generation is an essential part of successful cryptography. Quantum computers offer to improve this niche technology industry. Join our hosts to learn what quantum random number generators (qRNGs) are, how they stand to improve cryptography and other computing functions, and how they tie into post-quantum cryptography (or don't).
  • Root Causes Episode 55: California's New IoT Security Law Recorded: Apr 14 2021 23 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    California Senate Bill 327 (SB-327) goes into effect January 1, 2020. This groundbreaking ordinance requires basic security measures for devices deployed in California. Join us to learn what SB-327 requires from device manufacturers, which threats it protects against, and how this ordinance is leading the way toward stronger IoT security practices.
  • Root Causes Episode 51: Blockchain vs PKI Recorded: Apr 12 2021 30 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    In our industry interactions we frequently run into questions about how PKI and blockchain compare with each other. How do they work similarly or differently? Are they surrogates for each other? Are they complimentary? Join us this episode as we explain the details of how blockchain and PKI work, similarities and differences between them, and what use cases are appropriate for each.
  • Root Causes Episode 48: Weaknesses in MFA Authentication Recorded: Apr 9 2021 16 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    A recent FBI warning cautions of attacks that circumvent Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA). Join us as we describe contemporary attacks against MFA and how to defend against them.
  • Root Causes Episode 47:Quantum Apocalypse-Quantum Resistant Cryptography for IoT Recorded: Apr 7 2021 18 mins
    Tim Callan, CCO at Sectigo, Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo, & Alan Grau, VP of IoT and Embedded Security at Sectigo.
    Expert consensus states that we will need to update cryptography before quantum computers break our existing algorithms in the next ten or fifteen years. But what do we do about IoT devices, which may lack updating mechanisms and live in the field for decades with little available access. Our hosts are joined by repeat guest Alan Grau as we explore how IoT has specific requirements and challenges for quantum resistant crypto.
  • Root Causes Episode 45: What is the CA/Browser Forum? Recorded: Apr 5 2021 24 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    SSL certificate practices are governed by the rules of the CA/Browser Forum. But what is the CA/Browser Forum, who is in it, and where do they get their authority? If you've ever wondered about questions like these join our hosts as they describe the origins of the CA/Browser Forum and how it operates.
  • Root Causes Episode 44: Automotive Device Security Recorded: Apr 2 2021 18 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    The automobile is undoubtedly among today's most complex, commonplace, and security-sensitive IoT devices. Our hosts describe the cyber threats facing connected cars, including real attacks that already have been proven, new challenges that will come with increasingly advanced capabilities, and what manufacturers can do to protect drivers from harm.
  • Root Causes Episode 43: Quantum Apocalypse - More on Mosca's Inequality Recorded: Mar 31 2021 23 mins
    Tim Callan, Senior Fellow at Sectigo & Jason Soroko, CTO of PKI at Sectigo
    In episode 35 our hosts explained Mosca's Inequality, a formula for calculating when we need to have post-quantum encryption in place to prevent the Quantum Apocalypse. In this episode our hosts embark on a nuanced exploration of the factors influencing this calculation and test whether popular estimates are credible.
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