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Protect system cryptographic keys


The systems private asymmetric or symmetric keys must be protected and should not be exposed.


The systems cryptographic keys are essential for maintaining the confidentiality and integrity of transactions and communications. Their exposure may cause business information leakages, loss of data integrity and loss of trust due to the inability to differentiate server traffic from malicious traffic. Therefore, these keys must be protected and managed following industry-verified standards.

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