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In just a few months, the most widely used web browser will label every single HTTP page as “Not Secure.” Google set a major precedent last week when they announced that starting in Chrome version 68, due out in July 2018, every HTTP web page would receive a negative indicator. You may already be familiar […]
Earlier this year at its Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), Apple announced Safari 11 and gave audiences a preview of the new features for the browser, including a redesigned error pages for SSL certificate warnings. Safari 11 was officially released last week for macOS and ships with the latest version, High Sierra. The new certificate warning […]
Every company is looking for ways to speed up development while incorporating the appropriate level of security. Organizations are successfully doing this by taking a DevOps approach, which increases agility in many areas namely security, IT, and development. But this accomplishment doesn’t come without challenges. For some, deciding to take this new approach comes with […]
The market is at a tipping point with almost half of enterprises currently integrating security into DevOps initiatives.
For years IoT security has been a cause for concern, but 2017 may be the year that IoT attacks and lack of standardized security measures become a regular issue.
Google’s browser will explicitly state HTTP-connected sites are not secure in January 2017.
The “Sweet32 Birthday Attack” does not affect SSL Certificates, but system administrators should disable any Triple-DES cipher.
By 2020, there will be a quarter billion connected vehicles on the road.