Using a Centralized Key Management System to Enforce Information Security Policies

A Key Management System (KMS) must be designed in a manner that supports the goals of each organization using the KMS. The aim of a security policy is to provide a secure working environment for the organization by establishing required security measures, protocols and controls. 

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Key Management Considerations For Creating a Domain Security Policy

This article discusses the necessary exchange of information between entities within a security domain and other entities outside of the security domain, including recommendations to regulate and secure this flow through the Domain Security Policy.

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Cryptographic Key Management Policy: a layered approach

 

This article discusses the functions and use of hierarchical layers when establishing a cryptographic key management policy, and how the policy layers interact.

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