PKI (public-key infrastructure) enables the secure exchange of data over otherwise unsecured media, such as the Internet. PKI is the underlying cryptographic security mechanism for digital certificates and certificate directories, which are used to authenticate a message sender. Because PKI is the standard for authenticating commercial electronic transactions, Understanding PKI, Second Edition, provides network and security architects with the tools they need to grasp each phase of the key/certificate life cycle, including generation, publication, deployment, and recovery.About the Author:
Carlisle Adams is recognized internationally for his many contributions to the design, specification, and standardization of public-key infrastructures. He is senior cryptographer and principal of security at Entrust, Inc. He has been an active participant in the IETF Public-Key Infrastructure X.509 (PKIX) and Common Authentication Technology (CAT) working groups. Steve Lloyd has more than 20 years experience in data communications and distributed systems security. His areas of expertise include distributed message handling systems and directory services, TCP/IP, security protocols, security architectures, and large-scale Public-Key Infrastructure policy and technology. He is currently manager of IT security consulting at AEPOS Technologies Corporation. 0672323915AB10042002
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