There are many ways to manage and validate the trust of our encryption keys. In this video, you’ll learn about using CAs, mesh relationships, web-of-trust, and mutual authentication.
The escrow of encryption keys can be a necessary process, but it isn’t without controversy. In this video, you’ll learn the advantages and disadvantages of escrowing your encryption keys.
If a key is going to be associated with a person, there must be a formal way to validate the association. In this video, you’ll learn about the best practices for registering and assigning encryption keys.
For asymmetric encryption, you’ll need the public and private key pair for successful encryption and decryption. In this video, I’ll demonstrate the creation of a public and private key pair.
If you lose your encryption key, you’ll lose access to all of your data. In this video, you’ll learn about key recovery techniques and how some certificate authorities can manage your encryption keys.
If you have a large number of devices using a public key infrastructure, you’ll need a way to manage all of the keys in the infrastructure. In this video, you’ll learn about public key infrastructures and the key management lifecycle.
We rely on digital certificates for much of the encryption that we use over the Internet. In this video, you’ll learn about digital certificates and what information is contained in a digital certificate.
An encryption key may need to be revoked for many reasons. In this video, you’ll learn about automated key revocation and how to revoke keys in a web-of-trust.
Our browser encryption relies on certificate authorities to maintain the trust of your certificates. In this video, you’ll learn how certificate authorities are used on our computers and the differences between a commercial CA and a private CA.