2020 has brought about a lot of change. Who would’ve imagined watching our favorite sports teams on TV and stadiums without spectators, or the one-year postponement of the Tokyo Summer Olympic games? But isn’t it nice that some things don’t change, like our annual exercise of predicting what cybersecurity challenges we expect in 2021 and […]
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While DigiCert no longer offers two- or three-year TLS/SSL certificates, in line with the industry move to one-year certificates, we do offer Multi-year Plans with up to six years of coverage. With shrinking lifetimes, using spreadsheets and notifications to manage certificate expirations is not viable. As the leader in the industry, DigiCert is continuing to […]
DigiCert Supports VMCs for Gmail’s BIMI Pilot; Company Logos in Emails Take an Important Step Forward
Learn more about what you can do to get BIMI-ready Brand Indicators for Message Identification (BIMI) is a new standard in pilot that allows companies to display a logo on authenticated emails. The Gmail pilot is the first actual implementation of BIMI with the use of Verified Mark Certificates (VMCs). This enables Gmail to present […]
They’ve become all too commonplace these days. Those pesky emails that flood your inbox, designed only to siphon your personal, private, and most sensitive information without you knowing. Some are easier to detect than others; if you get an email from a Nigerian prince looking for a place to store his fortune, for example, it’s […]
Can you remember how many SSL Certificates you have, who you bought them from, or when each of them expires? Depending on the size of your business, just keeping track of your certificates can be a full-time job. An unwanted or unexpected certificate expiration can be costly and puts your sensitive and most important information […]
Organizations relying on cloud service providers should only trust and exchange data using high assurance SSL encryption and identity assurance.
87% of users said they immediately trust their private information on a Website secured by an EV SSL Certificate.
The SSL and TLS protocols are almost identical: Both encrypt data, but additional improvements in newer protocols mean better online security.
The common practice combining public and non-public domains could prove problematic as new extensions are made open for public registration.
Which SSL certificate to choose is more than just features and browser compatibility. The SSL customer experience, tells a different story on which SSL you should pick.
NGINX, the fastest growing Web server among high traffic sites, uses OCSP-Stapling to enhance trust in verifying SSL Certificate validity.
Dyn has transitioned all of their SSL Certificate business to DigiCert offering their Dyn users fully trusted SSL Certificates across all major browsers.