Prev Question
Next Question

Which of the following public key infrastructure (PKI) elements provides detailed descriptions for
dealing with a compromised private key?

A.
Certificate revocation list (CRL)

B.
Certification practice statement (CPS)

C.
Certificate policy (CP)

D.
PKI disclosure statement (PDS)

Explanation:
The CPS is the how-to part in policy-based PKI. The CRL is a list of certificates that have been
revoked before their scheduled expiration date. The CP sets the requirements that are
subsequently implemented by the CPS. The PDS covers critical items.such as the warranties,
limitations and obligations that legally bind each party.

Prev Question
Next Question
Tagged:

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *