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What is Public Key Cryptography?

Patrick Grubbs Security Threats

What is Public Key Cryptography?

Public key cryptography, a synonym for asymmetric cryptography, is a clever cryptographic system that allows two parties to exchange encrypted information publicly without worry of interception. Many cryptographic systems are symmetric. Two or more parties share a private key, then …

How to Configure WPA2-Enterprise on Each Operating System

Samuel Metzler Education

How to Configure WPA2-Enterprise on Each Operating System

Automation is key for a positive user experience; the faster a monotonous task can be finished, the more time users can focus on important activities. Network authentication operates the same. Manually configuring operating systems can be a daunting task, even ...
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Configuring Yubikey Desktop Login on Jamf-Managed Devices

Patrick Grubbs Consumer Protection

Configuring Yubikey Desktop Login on Jamf-Managed Devices

Yubikeys represent an exciting opportunity to merge two features that are often at odds: security and convenience. Many organizations have purchased Yubikeys and distributed them to their employees for that extra layer of physical security. They’re commonly used to securely …

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Public vs Private Certificate Authority

Patrick Grubbs Education

Public vs Private Certificate Authority

What’s a Certificate Authority (CA)? A certificate authority is an institution that distributes digital certificates. Certificate issuance is a critical part of securing interactions on the internet because certificates cryptographically tie an identity to a public key. Certificates are commonly …

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WPA2-Enterprise Authentication Protocols Comparison

Jake Ludin Education

WPA2-Enterprise Authentication Protocols Comparison

Securely authenticating network users is a fundamental aspect of network security and is the source of significant challenges for many network administrators. The network authentication method is one of the first lines of defense that protect users and the network …