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.
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.
Children and teens not only risk their own security while online, but they also risk the security of their entire family. Learn how your kids can open you up to an attack—and how to prevent it.
Each year, the Ponemon Institute conducts a study on the cost of data breaches. The 2014 study contains some startling statistics.
The holidays are coming, and many people are doing their shopping online. But how do you know if a site is secure?
Watch presentations from DigiCert’s first ever Security Summit given by top minds in the security industry.
Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. The New York Times Is Embracing HTTPS In a blog post this week, Rajiv Pant (CTO of the NY Times) co-authored a blog post about the benefits and challenges of HTTPS. Pant’s HTTPS benefits include better security, privacy, and improved SEO rankings. […]
Healthcare records and medical data theft are up 8.9% since 2012, accounting for 43.8% of the total data breaches in 2013.
Today, patches for a critical vulnerability in Schannel were released. This vulnerability could allow remote code execution on a large number of Windows platforms.