Here is a roundup of interesting news articles published this week on the topic of SSL and network security. A Tale of Heartbleed Danny Bradbury of Infosecurity Magazine looks at the aftermath of the Heartbleed Bug in this informative story. He raises a number of concerns, including the fact that over 200,000 popular websites remain […]
To better secure personal data, the federal government is now requiring FBCA cross-certified certificates for any company exchanging electronic health records a federal agency.
As the first Certificate Authority to join the WBA, DigiCert brings our security expertise to help develop the next generation of WiFi security.
Black Hat 2014 reminded us to think considerably more about security implications, and take an activate stance in support of data safety and user privacy.
Google has started giving an SEO rank boost to SSL-enabled Websites that utilize HTTPS everywhere for safer browsing and secure online data.
A recent update to the OpenSSL library (versions 0.9.8zb, 1.0.0n and 1.0.1i) resolves minor issues but does not affect the security of any Website.
Their goal: to create confidence on the Internet without the fear that a criminals are exploiting bugs to infect computers or monitor your communications.
The rogue certificates issued by the NIC demonstrate the need for regional CAs to be held to the same standard as globally trusted CAs and audited against current standards by accredited and reliable auditing entities.
Joining the Online Trust Alliance to “enhance online trust and empower users, while promoting innovation and the vitality of the internet”, DigiCert is proud to be an honor roll member setting the standard of Internet Security.