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Subject: Groups - PKI Myths (a Lockstep "Babystep" whitepaper) (Lockstep BS04 Some PKI Myths (1.0).pdf) uploaded

One of a number of papers I offer for consideration by PKIA TC members as
we start work on a fresh set of educational materials. 

 -- Mr. Stephen Wilson

The document named PKI Myths (a Lockstep "Babystep" whitepaper)  (Lockstep
BS04 Some PKI Myths (1.0).pdf) has been submitted by Mr. Stephen Wilson to
the OASIS Public Key Infrastructure Adoption (PKIA) TC document

Document Description:
The reality is that no other security technology provides long term
transaction authentication. There are plenty of simple access control
alternatives, but the Australian Govt Authentication Framework for instance
allows only PKI digital signatures for document authentication. NIST says
that the only practical solution [to Man in the Middle attack and web
fraud] today uses PKI. So there is no better option than PKI for the sorts
of high risk, long life, multiparty transactions typical of the health
sector, business banking, trade documentation, property conveyancing,
engineering certification and so on.

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