For good reason, companies trust in encryption, blockchain, zero trust access, distributed or multi-party strategies, and other core technologies. At the same time, companies are effectively hiding the keys that could undermine all these protections under a (figurative) doormat.
Strong encryption is of little use when an insider or attacker can gain control of the private keys that protect it. This vulnerability exists when keys need to be executed on servers for processing.
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