Achieve Compliance

Mitigate risk and avoid the consequences and costs of non-compliance and security audit failures.

Achieve Compliance

Analyst Coverage

“Cybercriminals are known to steal SSH keys or manipulate which keys are trusted to gain access to source code and other valuable intellectual property” Read More

“Advanced threat detection provides an important layer of protection but is not a substitute for securing keys and certificates that can provide an attacker trusted status that evades detection.” Read More

"Basically, the enterprise is a sitting duck."

"PKi is under attack...Advanced and persistent adversaries go for keys" Read More

"When there are many hundreds of certificates from a variety of certificate authorities, the only ecumenical [universal], nonproprietary provider of a certificate management solution is Venafi. Other CA management systems are biased toward the particular CA by, for example, only supporting renewals from that specific CA." Read More

"No CISO could consider having tens of thousands of unknown network ports open and have no way to control them. But that’s the alarming reality today with regards the trust established by keys and certificates..." Read More

"Organizations with roughly 200 or more documented X.509 certificates in use are high-risk candidates for unplanned expiry and having certificates that have been purchased but not deployed." Read More

"Technology critical to cloud computing is in clear and present danger...attacks on Secure Shell (SSH) keys present the most alarming threat arising from failure to control trust." Read More

“Certificates can no longer be blindly trusted” Read More

“Just because something is digitally signed doesn't mean it can be trusted.”

“Enterprise awareness of attacks on keys and certificates is in its infancy; most don’t understand how to detect or respond to an attack.” Read More

Inadequate key and certificate management undermines compliance

Insufficient resources make policy enforcement a considerable challenge

Manual management practices undermine policy enforcement at every level. Executives hand down policies to InfoSec teams, mandating the encryption of private data, without providing the tools and resources to do so. Without the benefit of those discovery capabilities, policy abstraction and corporate governance that an automated encryption management solution provides, organizations are limited in their ability to create, track, and ultimately report on policies. As a result, security policies are regularly ignored, let alone enforced.

Weak audit trails set organizations at risk of non-compliance

Increasingly, regulations are mandating that organizations ensure adherence to policies and provide proof of conformance. This is forcing many organizations to revisit their information security policies. Unfortunately, many organizations are finding that their existing policy frameworks are outdated and not aligned to their current business requirements. More importantly, they are finding that either they cannot prove enforcement or it is prohibitively expensive to do so.