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Is your PKI ready to realize the possibilities of a connected world? Highlights from the 2021 Ponemon PKI & IoT Trends Study

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The Ponemon Institute’s 2021 PKI & IoT Trends Study is out – and we see some interesting themes in the responses.
Before jumping into those details, a bit of background on the study. In its 7th year, this global study spans 17 countries including Australia, Brazil, France, Japan, Spain, United Kingdom and the United States. There were over 2,500 IT and IT security professionals who responded to the survey, all of whom are either involved in the management of their organizations’ enterprise PKI or in developing or managing applications that depend upon credentials controlled by their organizations’ PKI.
The study made it clear that PKI has never been in such high demand – whether from the pressure of securing a remote/hybrid workforce this past year, or continuing trends like IoT and cloud-based services. But the study also highlighted some big challenges, one being the skills and resources shortage – which has never been worse.
Here are just a few highlights from the study:
So all this begs the question, is your PKI prepared to realize the possibilities of a connected world?
Download the study to read about all the trends that came out this year in relation to PKI and IoT.
The post Is your PKI ready to realize the possibilities of a connected world? Highlights from the 2021 Ponemon PKI & IoT Trends Study appeared first on Entrust Blog.
*** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Entrust Blog authored by Samantha Mabey. Read the original post at: https://www.entrust.com/blog/2021/11/is-your-pki-ready-to-realize-the-possibilities-of-a-connected-world-highlights-from-the-2021-ponemon-pki-iot-trends-study/

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