Once relegated to the realms of the back office, PKI administration is now getting a lot more high-profile attention. This is largely due to radical increases in the number of machines that organizations are using—and the need to protect the identities of these machines at a more transactional level.
Prior to the accelerated digital transformation of organizations and the adoption of digital-first business models, executives were mostly preoccupied with making decisions on budget allocations and future project timelines. Security was a siloed process, and security teams were largely left to handle PKI issues alone.
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