Guide to encryption key management
Many credential management and privileged access management (PAM) tools claim to perform SSH key management, but most are unable to do so comprehensively or reliably. When tools that were designed to manage passwords apply the same principles and processes to encrypted keys, it might seem to work, but can often lead to major security vulnerability.
This white paper looks at the problem of securing SSH keys, and presents you with 9 different ways to improve your encrypted key management for greater security, including:
- Switch to using Kerberos
- Vault authorized keys into a central system (LDAPify)
- Vault private keys to a central PAM system
- And 6 more
Download now to learn more.