PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) is the umbrella security standard designed to bring all the existent security technologies together in a seamless fashion. It is the combination of software, encryption, and service to protect transactions over the Internet. This book outlines various solution sets that can be achieved using PKI. By focusing on uses and solutions, the reader can focus on how to use the technology versus how to implement that technology for both compliance with health care industry regulations, but also financial, government, and consumer solutions.
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments. Introduction. Part One. Trust Basics: Ins and Outs of PKI. Chapter 1. What is Trust? Chapter 2. Complexities of PKI. Chapter 3. Best Practices of PKI. Chapter 4. Selling PKI. Part Two. Solutions for Trust. Chapter 5. Healthcare Solutions. Chapter 6. Financial Solutions. Chapter 7. Government Solutions. Chapter 8. Communications Solutions. Chapter 9. Other Solutions. Part Three. Trust Solutions Guide. Chapter 10. Overview of Trust Solutions. Chapter 11. The Future of PKI. Appendix. Index.
KAPIL RAINA is a security professional who advises on marketing strategies for technology-related products and services. With many years of technical and business experience in the computer security field, Raina has held key positions at leading companies such as VeriSign and consulted to international companies such as British Telecom. Raina is a prolific author and speaker making contributions on topics such as mCommerce Security and Biometrics. He holds the CISSP security certification from ISC2, an internationally recognized organization for security professionals.