PKI will grow, but policy problems remain

Wednesday, 29 November 2006, 12:03 AM EST

Public key infrastructure is poised for a resurgence, with associated identity technologies increasingly underpinning applications as organizations look to securely share information, vendors said Tuesday at a standards conference in London.

While it was a hot buzzword during the peak of the technology boom, PKI fell out of favor as IT projects were increasingly seen as bloated and without sufficient focus.

At Computerworld.

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