Certificate Authority Summary
I'm particularly interested in the PKI link that Doc sent. Also, the links sent by Emily and Sandy are very useful. Sandy's question, "Do you need to cover how to decide if the ones you find are trustworthy?" is right on point. I keep raising that issue with our development folks and there doesn't seem to be much concern. I think it may be a real stumbling block for some of our customers. My thought has been that at the least we should point them to some resources for information and perhaps some "best business practice tips" for selecting a Certificate Authority.
I really appreciate you taking the time to pass along the links and the very helpful advice. If anyone has particular questions about the various responses I received or other interest in the Certificate Authority topic, please feel free to contact me off list. I expect it will be a topic that I will be wrestling with for the foreseeable future.
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