If you are a regular user of Chrome or work in web development/IT, you’ve likely noticed frequent changes to the browser’s ‘security UI’—the icons and indicators that tell users if the page they are visiting is secure. The internet has undergone an HTTPS renaissance over the last 10 years since it became obvious that troves […]
Today, a group of security researchers from Germany and Belgium published a vulnerability affecting two email encryption systems: S/MIME and OpenPGP. Dubbed “EFAIL,” this vulnerability has received notable press coverage and we wanted to provide a summary and guidance for DigiCert customers using S/MIME email certificates and other users of secure email. This research raises […]
The next version of Android will default to blocking HTTP traffic in apps by default. In a blog post, Dave Burke, Android’s VP of Engineering said this is the latest step in a “larger effort to move all network traffic away from cleartext (unencrypted HTTP) to TLS… you’ll now need to make connections over TLS, […]
Mozilla has started 2018 off with a major announcement: “Effective immediately, all new features that are web-exposed are to be restricted to secure contexts.” “Web-exposed” means any features accessible from a web page or web server. This applies to new APIs, such as WebVR, a major addition Mozilla has been working on for some time. […]
With more devices connected to the internet than ever before, we’re all interested in finding out how the latest gadget will make our life easier. But usually, as consumers, the furthest thing from our minds is how a device will stay up-to-date and if there is security built-in. Device manufacturers are more mindful of both […]
The new European Union General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) deadline is May 25, 2018, and despite that date quickly approaching, research shows many companies still aren’t ready. If they remain non-compliant, companies will face a fine up to 4 percent of annual turnover or €20 million (whichever is greater) per breach or issue related to […]
The vulnerabilities identified in OpenSSL do not affect SSL Certificates; system admins should patch their OpenSSL framework as soon as possible
Cyber warnings have been issued and news has been reported, but Ransomware is still a thriving business. Prevention may just be the greatest key to safety.
Data breaches caused by stolen devices are common and can deliver a huge financial blow to an organization.