How to Request or Renew Digital Certificates from Home As most people connect with your business solely online during COVID-19, it is more important than ever to maintain your websites’ security. Working from home can open up possibilities for hackers, but you can keep your systems secure by having and maintaining online certificates. TLS/SSL certificates […]
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Even before the coronavirus outbreak, employees were increasingly working from home. According to the Federal Reserve, the percentage of the labor force working from home tripled in the last 15 years. However, since the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic, many companies are asking their employees to work from home. As more people log […]
Three, Two, One, Liftoff on One-Year TLS Certificates At the CA/Browser (CA/B) Forum in Bratislava, Slovakia, this week, Apple announced that beginning Sept. 1, newly issued publicly trusted TLS certificates are valid for no longer than 398 days. This followed a long history of the CA/B Forum community working to reduce certificate lifetimes and improve […]
A reported 19,000 website hacks after the Charlie Hebdo attack make data security a top priority.
President Obama's State of the Union Address and proposed legislative changes bring cybersecurity into the national spotlight.
Security researchers Colby Moore and Patrick Wardle reveal how poor security practices in mobile application development could reveal your location to anyone.
Bruce Potter talks about the new reality of information security and its evolution to cyber security at ShmooCon 2015.
The new vulnerabilities found in OpenSSL do not affect SSL Certificates, but system administrators should update OpenSSL once patches are available.
DigiCert's log is the first log from a Certificate Authority to be accepted and will be included in Chrome starting on February 1.
Users don't give their data to sites that they don't trust. Website seals let your customers know that your site is secure and that their information is safe.
DigiCert is the first CA to enable Certificate Transparency by default, which will be required for EV SSL Certificates to show the green bar in Chrome starting in January.
Whether you're trying to squeeze in a release before the end of the year, update to iOS 8, or upgrade to Facebook login, now is the time to make sure your app is as secure as it can be.