PKI

A Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) is a framework which supports the identification and distribution of public encryption keys. It provides a set of procedures and policies for establishing the secure exchange of information and enables individuals and systems to exchange data over potentially unsecured networks like the Internet and to authenticate and verify the identity of the party they’re communicating with.

Converged Credentials: Understanding the Decision Points

2019-04-05T13:47:46-07:00Categories: Education|Tags: , , , , , , , , , |

Converged Credentials, or multi-application smart cards, are built on card architecture designs that perform multiple tasks across various ecosystems

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