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More and more companies for security reasons are looking to track and expire SSH keys after 1 to 2 years to follow the same format as SSL/TLS certificates.
It would be nice is B2B could track and report on the date of installation of SSH keys the way it does SSL/TLS certificates. And then allow admins to setup a report to alert via email 30/60/90 days before a SSH key has been in the system for 1 to 2 years.
This would give B2B admins a SSH key management tool where a company could decide if the certificate should be regenerated or continued use as is. But at least there would be a tracking method in place for any certificates installed.
Outside of alerting based on a given criteria such as 1 or 2 years, it should also allow a report to be generated that tracks the import/creation date of the SSH key and how long it has been in the system. This gives admins and security a way to audit the system for security purposes.
How will this idea be used?
It will be used to audit the security of our B2B system. It will be used to improve security around SSH key use.
|What is your industry?||Banking|
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