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.
Myths about SSL protection and HTTPS encryption may elicit false misperceptions about proper enterprise security. Here are some of the most common myths debunked.
According to Gartner, public key infrastructure (PKI) will re-emerge as one of the most relevant mechanisms for organizations to address the IoT authentication problem.
It’s time to move away from older cryptographic algorithms and onto stronger ones for better enterprise security.
Several new vulnerabilities discovered in OpenSSL; system admins should update OpenSSL once patches are available
Previously unknown vulnerability discovered in SSL v2 that can be used to exploit TLS.
Only 35% of SMTP server have configured encryption protocols correctly. Low adoption rates of encryption and authentication and improper configuration can lead to a STRIPTLS attack.