Presentation on theme: "Securing the World’s Information Andre Brisson Total Cost of Ownership Verisign - PGP - IBE – DDKI Different."— Presentation transcript:
Securing the World’s Information Andre Brisson Total Cost of Ownership Verisign - PGP - IBE – DDKI Different provision approaches result in different cost outcomes
Ultimate technology metric – Total Cost of Ownership It is like the health care system in the US. It is meaningless how good it is to people that can’t afford it or trained professionals who can’t afford to provide it. Great technology is irrelevant if it is not cost efficient for providers and users to implement with existing legacy systems and in new growing secure networks. Click Mouse or Space Bar to advance
Total Cost of Ownership for Verisign PKI summary Expensive Considerable up front costs Significant ongoing costs Requires trained technical and management staff Average cost of an authentication (each time = $17.05) [PKI is primarily used for authentication] Difficult to set up Estimated 4 weeks to configure system Estimated labour to configure = $143 K Verisign in house system = $800 K per year [5000 users] Verisign managed PKI = $300 K per year [5000 users]
Total Cost of Ownership Identity Based Encryption IBE pricing through Microsoft Voltage
Total Cost of Ownership for DDKI systems Server $ (one time cost) Server software $ (one time cost) Annual license fee/support = $2,000 Cost structures are flexible for providers and enterprises. There are volume discounts for the number of user seats per enterprise. The scale starts at $250 for enterprises of 10 employees or less and scales down with volume.
Total Cost of Ownership 5000 Users Verisign versus IBE versus DDKI Majority of costs are 1 time