Certificate management software
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The number of keys and certificates that most organizations required to serve as machine identities was relatively manageable only a few years ago. In fact, the number of machine identities you managed a few years ago is a mere fraction of what you need today. Additionally, machine identities did not need to be upgraded or altered as often in the past as they do now. To make matters worse, unmanaged machine identities were not previously targeted by cybercriminals nearly as regularly as they are now.
Everything, however, has changed. These new threats have increased the urgency of managing and protecting machine identities, but most companies are still trying to do so with technology from a decade ago.
Traditional certificate management techniques simply aren’t flexible enough to keep up with the fast-changing world of machine identities. They may have worked for a small number of physical machines, but they can’t handle the growing number of physical and virtual machines on enterprise networks. It’s also difficult to find flaws or detect vulnerabilities in certificates or on the servers where they’re installed if you rely solely on these tools.
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You can use SAM to learn about web service latency and validate the content returned by web service queries. On webpages served behind secure forms, you can easily detect successful and failed form login attempts. HTTP, HTTPS, and SOAP monitors are included in SAM (the HTTP and HTTPS monitors also support JSON code).
With 1200 monitoring application templates available, SAM can monitor multi-vendor servers and applications in addition to SSL monitoring. Monitor critical applications like Active Directory, Exchange, Linux, Oracle, SQL Server, Java, and others with ease.
SSL certificates (Secure Sockets Layer) are small data files that establish secure connections between websites and browsers. SSL certificates protect data passing between a website and a visitor’s browser, preventing hackers from gaining access to personal information.
SSL certificates are important for data privacy, but they’re also required for e-commerce sites that process credit card transactions, as these transactions include identifying information such as names and addresses in addition to credit card numbers.
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The procedures for obtaining and deploying SSL certificates vary by organization. Some businesses use centralized controls to manage all aspects of creation, deployment, and renewal. However, it is not unusual to see organizations use a decentralized approach in which users are allowed to independently generate Certificate Signing Requests and receive certificates.
Organizations need full visibility over all certificates in use, regardless of whether they are created centralized or decentralized. Administrators can’t arrange or maintain certificates if they don’t have visibility into their specifics. Manual procedures for achieving and maintaining such visibility are time-consuming and error-prone.
Regardless of the CA, administrators must be provided with an automated method to find all SSL certificates in the network (Certificate Authority). To improve visibility, all of these certificates, along with their details, must be stored centrally. This eliminates the use of rogue or invalid certificates in the network.
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Software certificate issues have been blamed for a slew of recent business problems, including an Ericsson infrastructure outage that left O2 customers without service for nearly 24 hours (O2 is reportedly seeking £100 million in damages).
Prior to a data breach that revealed the personal data of over 143 million people, including the records of 15.2 million UK customers, Equifax allowed over 300 security certificates to expire, including 79 used to monitor business critical domains.