The holiday season is a wonderful time for so many reasons. Families get together, total strangers reach out to help those in need, and generosity and the spirit of giving is felt far and wide. But sadly, it’s also prime time for cyber criminals to steal your data. With that in mind here are five […]
Because SHA-1 SSL Certificates will likely not be trusted after 2016 on major platforms, DigiCert is automatically upgrading all customers to SHA-2 SSL.
DigiCert provides SSL Certificates used to encrypt sensitive information. With revelations about mass surveillance in the news everywhere, an obscure feature of SSL/TLS called ‘forward secrecy’ has suddenly become very interesting. Twitter recently announced that they have enabled forward secrecy for traffic on twitter.com, api.twitter.com, and mobile.twitter.com. On top of the usual confidentiality and integrity properties of HTTPS, forward […]
RSA Conference is helping drive the information security agenda worldwide with annual industry events in the U.S., Europe, and Asia. Throughout its history, RSA Conference has consistently attracted the world’s best and brightest in the field, creating opportunities for conference attendees to learn about the IT security industry’s most important issues through first-hand interactions with […]
EV means an extended level of identify verification. Customers who see green when they visit your site, know they can trust you and what you do.
DigiCert is the first CA to offer Certificate Transparency compatibility, which detects SSL interference by third-parties organizations and rogue nation-states.
Once again here is a weekly recap of safety tips as we near the end of National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Learn about security by design and put it into practice. Deploy dev servers for your test environments and keep logs so that you can avoid accidentally publishing vulnerable or incomplete code. Upgrade your legacy […]
Better online security maximizes the benefit from digitally enhanced e-commerce, personal communication, community interaction, and content engagement.
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 […]