The Shift to 90-Day TLS Certificates: How to Prepare

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Chris Hickman, Chief Security Officer & Ryan Sanders, Sr. Director of Product & Customer Marketing

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More TLS certificates. Shorter lifespans. More risk of outages and downtime. That’s the simple reality facing many IT and security teams today. On March 3, Google announced its intention to reduce public TLS certificate lifespans from the current 398 days to just 90 days.   What does it mean? The workload (and risk) of managing certificates is about to get heavier – a lot heavier – for those using manual methods like spreadsheets and homegrown tools. So, how can you prepare for the upcoming changes?  Join Chief Security Officer, Chris Hickman, and Sr. Director of Product Marketing, Ryan Sanders, as they discuss the details of Google’s “Moving Forward, Together” project, what impact it will have on CISOs and their teams, and how you can prepare for the changes ahead. In today's digital world, secure communication channels and data privacy are essential to businesses. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) plays a crucial role in ensuring these aspects are met. However, the management of PKI can be complex and time-consuming for organizations that still rely on legacy CA infrastructure, which can ultimately hinder efficiency and security. Join us in an upcoming webinar to learn how your business can replace legacy CA infrastructure with a modern PKI solution that can scale with your organization. We'll cover the importance of reducing complexity, freeing up IT, and improving security. Keyfactor is an approved (ISC)2 CPE Submitter partner. Earn .75 CPE credit by viewing this webinar.
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