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CIS 333 WEEK 6 CASE STUDY 2 PUBLIC KEY INFRASTRUCTURE

CIS 333 WEEK 6 CASE STUDY 2 PUBLIC KEY INFRASTRUCTURE

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CIS 333 WEEK 6 CASE STUDY 2 PUBLIC KEY INFRASTRUCTURE

You are the Information Security Officer at a small software company. The organization currently utilizes

a Microsoft Server 2008 Active Directory domain administered by a limited number of over-tasked

network administrators. The remainder of the organization comprises mostly software developers and a

relatively small number of administrative personnel. The organization has decided that it would be in its

best interest to use a public key infrastructure (PKI) to provide a framework that fosters confidentiality,

integrity, authentication, and nonrepudiation. Email clients, virtual private network products, Web server

components, and domain controllers would utilize digital certificates issued by the certificate authority

(CA). Additionally, digital certificates would be used to sign software developed by the company to

demonstrate software authenticity to the customer.

Write a two to three (2-3) page paper in which you:

1. Identify and analyze the fundamentals of PKI.

2. Analyze positive and negative characteristics of a Public and In-house CA.

3. Provide a sound recommendation for either a Public CA or an In-house CA.

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