RETHINK YOUR PKI
Public key infrastructure (PKI) is used to secure devices, applications, and users across your IT environment. But deploying and running your PKI in-house is a complex and costly undertaking requiring highly specialized expertise, state-of-the-art technology, and dedicated staff to run it effectively and keep it secure.
IT and security teams today are stretched thin, driving more and more organizations to offload risk and complexity by moving their PKI to the cloud. As businesses only become more reliant on PKI to deliver trust, getting it right is mission-critical. Cloud delivered PKI as-a-Service (PKIaaS) is the answer
In this eBook, you’ll learn about the emerging role of PKI in the enterprise. We’ll uncover the hidden costs and security risks of running a PKI in house.
You’ll discover the PKI challenges facing IT and security teams like yours, the risks of poor PKI implementation, and the importance of getting it right.
Lastly, we’ll evaluate in-house PKI versus cloud-delivered PKIaaS models and help you understand what it takes to move your PKI to the cloud.
Did you know that 62% of organizations are already outsourcing or planning to outsource all or part of their PKI deployment? Here are some of the key business drivers:
Only 38% of organizations say they have sufficient IT and security staff dedicated to their PKI deployment.
An in-house PKI deployment is typically more than 2x the cost of using a managed PKI or PKI as-a-Service model.
PKI deployments initially built for one or two use cases are now expected to support an average of 8.32 distinct applications, putting increased pressure on IT and security teams to keep pace.
Certificate-related outages and breaches continue to plague enterprise IT, costing upwards of $11.1 million per incident.
Organizations are realizing that PKIaaS providers can invest far more in expertise, security, and infrastructure than is feasible for them to do in house.