Towards a maturity model for crypto-agility assessment [article]

Julian Hohm and Andreas Heinemann and Alexander Wiesmaier
2022 arXiv   pre-print
This work proposes the Crypto-Agility Maturity Model (CAMM for short), a maturity model for determining the state of crypto-agility of a given software or IT landscape. CAMM consists of five levels, for each level a set of requirements have been formulated based on literature review. Initial feedback from field experts confirms that CAMM has a well-designed structure and is easy to comprehend. Based on our model, the crytographic agility of an IT landscape can be systematically measured and
more » ... oved step by step. We expect that this will enable companies and to respond better and faster to threats resulting from broken cryptographic schemes. This work serves to promote CAMM and encourage others to apply it in practice and develop it jointly.
arXiv:2202.07645v2 fatcat:klxt7fusv5fszlz6cjrnt2uqty