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126.96.36.199 Certificate Practice Statements
The Certificate Practice Statement397 (CPS) is a detailed statement of the procedures
and practices used by the certificate authority in managing the certificates
it issues. It describes how the certificate policies are interpreted
in the context of operating procedures and system architecture within
Kinds of information that may be
found in a Certificate Practice Statement include:
- Action steps to be taken by the subscriber and
the CA to establish a digital certificate for the subscriber.
- Details of how the subscribers identity
is validated, for each type of certificate offered by the CA.
- Length of time for which the certificate is valid.
- How to request a certificate revocation.
- CAs archival policies.
- CAs physical, technical and human security
Certificate Practice Statement
A Certificate Practice Statement (CPS) is a detailed statement of the procedures and practices used by the CA in managing the certificates it issues.
A CPS includes operational procedures and a description of the organizations certificate management system. A CPS tends to be much more detailed than a certificate policy.
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