The Internal Certificate Authority (ICA) provides digital certificates for use inside the State Government Network to address the need to protect data in transit. The ICA provides a Certificate Revocation List (CRL) that allows systems to validate that a certificate has not been revoked.
Certificates issued to state agencies are used for encryption, authentication and identification of servers and/or client via SSL and TLS. Some agencies use the ICA to provide protection of sensitive data and high-value resources.
The ICA was created as part of the decision package for the Integration Competency Center. The Secure Gateway Services group provides the ICA service.
- Certificate Revocation List (CRL) that allows systems to validate the certificate status.
- Real-time online processing of customer requests for approval and downloading of certificates.
- A redundant, highly available production environment to support automated certificate requests and issuance.
- Includes customer test and production environments.
|The Internal Certificate Authority for partner agencies that are included in the monthly Security Gateway allocation||No additional cost|
|The Internal Certificate Authority for partner agencies not included in the monthly Security Gateway allocation with more than 50 FTEs||$1,500/mo. base fee plus a per-FTE fee and a per-certificate fee|
|The Internal Certificate Authority for partner agencies not included in the monthly Security Gateway allocation with less than 50 FTEs||$500/mo. base fee and a per-application fee|
|One-time set-up fee||Five percent (5%) of the monthly fee|