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SSH Keys - Improved Security Controls or Improved Protocol?

SSH Keys - Improved Security Controls or Improved Protocol?

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July 11, 2013 | Jeff Hudson, Venafi CEO

As the use of Secure Shell (SSH) keys and related encryption services evolves and expands, security experts question what drives that evolution and are looking for ways to maximize the security effectiveness of the ubiquitous technology.

Recently, the Ponemon Institute found that most enterprises believe the largest security threat to their cryptographic assets is SSH key pairs, which are heavily entrenched in both data centers and cloud computing platforms. Simply put, enterprises fear attackers can easily compromise corporate access and data, thanks to weaknesses in traditional SSH key escrow and management processes.

Read the full article on Security Week

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