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nCipher and Rainbow Chrysalis-ITS are the two most commonly selected HSM manufacturers when an organization wants to implement HSMs to protect the private keys for Windows Server 2003 CAs.
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nCipher provides the following dedicated and network-attached solutions for HSMs:
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7: Securing a CA Hierarchy
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nShield. A dedicated HSM that attaches to the CA computer with either a PCI or a SCSI interface, depending on the model of HSM. nShield is available in both a FIPS 140-2 level 2 and level 3 format. This provides flexibility for an organization by allowing deployment of different levels of FIPS 140-2 protection for offline and online CAs if required by an organization s security policy. netHSM. A network-attached HSM that requires all clients to use either the Impath or Inter-module path protocol. Developed by nCipher, the Impath protocol is a protocol that is similar to Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) security in its operation. This protocol accepts connections to Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) port 9004. To interact with the netHSM, the CA computer must be configured with an IP address, the serial number, and the hash of the netHSM s encryption key. In addition, the netHSM must have the CA computer s IP address added as a valid client IP address.
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Note If you change the IP address of either a CA computer or the netHSM, you must reconfigure the relationship between the netHSM and the CA computer.
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nCipher s HSM management roles are defined in an nCipher security world. A security world consists of the following components:
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One or more HSMs. A CA can be configured to connect to a single HSM or to a series of daisy-chained HSMs. Management software. nCipher provides software for installing the CSP, management tools for the HSM, device drivers for direct-attached nShield devices, and software for connectivity to a netHSM. Host server that stores nCipher-specific management information. This is the CA computer when using an nShield HSM or any online computer that can connect to the netHSM and act as the remote file system (RFS). The RFS contains information about all administrative and operator card sets implemented at the netHSM:
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An administrative card set (ACS) is used to restore a security world; recover keys if key recovery is enabled; replace an existing ACS; recover pass phrases if enabled for the security world; delegate FIPS 140-2 level 3 authorization activities; and manage key counting. An operator card set (OCS) is used to authorize use of the CA s private key and FIPS 140-2 level 3 management tasks.
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Smart cards. Smart cards provide credential storage for both administrative and operational roles in managing the netHSM.
Part II:
Establishing a PKI
The use of two card sets in a security world allows you to implement role separation in the management of the CA. Typically, the ACS is managed by an organization s security officer. The security officer determines who will be key holders in the ACS. The OCS is more closely related to the operational staff of the PKI, as the card set is required for accessing the private key of the CA. Each ACS and OCS card from a card set is managed by a unique individual and, if desired, assigned a unique PIN. In both cases, you can implement a split-key solution where the key material for authorizing an ACS or OCS transaction requires presentation of multiple smart cards. For example, you can define that all ACS operations require three of a possible seven cards to be presented. The key generated for the ACS is split between the seven smart cards so that any combination of three will authorize an ACS transaction. The same is true for an OCS. nCipher refers to this type of configuration as k of n key fragmentation.
Note You can define different k of n values for each ACS management function. For example, you could require three of seven ACS cards to restore a security world but require five of the same seven cards to replace the existing ACS.
Each nCipher installation therefore forms a completely separate nCipher security world and is independent of the number of actual physical HSM devices deployed. Each nCipher security world, on the other hand, can be securely extended for central management by the same security officer, and can share keys belonging to the same trust chain. Keys and card sets are tied to their originating module keys and will cease to be valid if the nCipher security world is reinitialized. The ACS and OCS card sets are not interchangeable; access to one provides no access to the other.
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