According to a new Frost & Sullivan white paper, the number of consumers using digital payment methods continues to increase worldwide—and so do concerns about online fraud. With 6.17 million data records stolen every day by cybercriminals, companies doing business on the internet have two choices: win the digital trust of consumers or lose revenue. […]
The DigiCert Blog
This is the first of a series of technical blogs that DigiCert is publishing on quantum computing and the coming post-quantum transition. Upcoming articles will provide additional, easy to understand information about what is happening and steps that can be taken now to prepare for the future. Bookmark our blog and follow us on Twitter […]
Panasonic Connected Solutions Company builds IoT solutions that connect with people, devices and services. Chief Engineer Saburo Toyonaga and team develop security software for B-to-B IoT devices. They have developed an encryption module that permits incorporation of a certificate at manufacturing, and that runs efficiently even on CPUs with slower speeds or lower specifications. Panasonic […]
The recent SSLv3 protocol "POODLE" vulnerability does not affect SSL Certificates, but system administrators should disable SSLv3 on all servers.
Passpoint release 2, along with new WiFi certificates, help secure data transferred during online sign-up and increase user trust in public WiFi networks.
Here is a recap of the major news stories this week on the topic of SSL and network security. JPMorgan Bracing For ‘Spear Phishing’ Campaign Elizabeth MacDonald of Fox Business reports that “JPMorgan Chase officials are bracing for a massive spear phishing campaign launched by cyber thieves who broke into the bank’s servers in the […]
DigiCert now offers Wi-Fi Alliance-Compliant OSU Server Certificates
The seal is to a carton of milk what a Code Signing Certificate is to an application downloaded from the Internet. Users and consumers trust them.
This Week in SSL – Smartphone Encryption Fight, Mitnick’s Zero Day Exploits, Shellshock, USB Malware, and BERserk
This post examines some of the more popular articles on the web this week discussing SSL and network security. U.S. Law Enforcement Seeks to Halt Apple-Google Encryption of Mobile Data As reported last week, Google and Apple have decided to begin allowing their smartphone users to encrypt all of their data, making it inaccessible to […]
This week's tip is about not ignoring security warnings—especially those for SHA-1.
A corporate data breach will make the news, but they are not the largest percent of businesses being targeted. 70% of cybercrimes that resulted in data breaches targeted small businesses.
Let’s take a look at some of the more interesting articles that appeared this week on the subject of SSL Certificates and Internet security. Patch Bash NOW: ‘Shell Shock’ bug blasts OS X, Linux systems wide open This article, one of many on the topic this week, provides information about the newly-discovered “Shell Shock” bug […]