Keys and certificates tend to be the unsung heroes in the security world. They play a vital role in authenticating machine-to-machine communications. Unlike their popular cousins, passwords, keys and certificates don’t seem to get the airtime that they deserve. Eventually, that validation does come, but often not until after an event such as a breach or outage.
We wanted to find out what tips the scale for IT security leaders. So, we asked three Fortune 1000 CISOs what made them decide to get serious about managing their cryptographic risk posture. Find out what influenced them to act immediately to strengthen management and security for their keys and certificates.
Watch the video below to see what motivated these Fortune 1000 CISOs to become more proactive about managing keys and certificates.
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