Mitigate Risks with PKI

Learn why PKI is the solution for securing your website, devices,
internal services, and beyond.

What is PKI?

Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is a system of processes, technologies, and policies that allows you to encrypt and sign data. You can issue digital certificates that authenticate the identity of users, devices, or services. These certificates create a secure connection for both public web pages and private systems—such as your virtual private network (VPN), internal Wi-Fi, Wiki pages, and other services that support MFA.

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What is Private PKI?

Private PKI allows you to issue your own private SSL certificates off a unique intermediate root often maintained by a publicly trusted CA. This allows you to tailor certificates around unique needs and deploy on-demand certificates for internal purposes.

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Common PKI Use Cases

Securing web pages
Encrypting files

Authenticating and encrypting email
Authenticating nodes to wireless
Authenticating VPN connections

PKI Isn’t Just for Web Security

Despite common misconceptions, PKI is a perfect match for the exploding IoT sector, providing critical authentication measures.

Customizable:

Digital certificates can size up or down to accommodate any type of device

Scalable:

PKI easily scales so you can manage high volumes of certificates effectively

Competitive:

IoT certificates are cost-effective and priced for high-volume