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Upgrading and Improving the Trust of Microsoft Windows Certificate Authorities
Utilizing a well-designed, deployed, and maintained public key infrastructure (PKI) can make the world of a difference for a business looking to protect its information. But what happens to security when a PKI is poorly managed—especially when the cryptographic landscape is constantly changing?
It can be difficult to instill trust in certificate authorities (CAs)—which means it’s time for an upgrade.
In this white paper, discover the history of Microsoft Windows 2003 Server, including the cryptographic landscape when it was introduced and the improvements along the way. Read on to learn how a hardware security modules (HSMs) solution can help. You will also find security recommendations and guidelines for the new and existing PKIs that do not need to be migrated.