DEFINITION
Certification Authority

A trusted third-party entity that issues and/or revokes digital certificates. Sometimes referred to as a notary or a certifying authority. Within a given CA's domain, each device needs only its own certificate and the CA's public key to authenticate every other device in that domain.

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