Security of Online Learning

How to avoid Zoom class pranks and data breaches, and keep students safe As a majority of schools and universities move to either 100 percent online or hybrid online and in-person learning this fall, security has become even more important. Just as we saw hackers preying on the public’s heightened awareness when the pandemic began […]

Stop Certificate Pinning

What is certificate pinning? Certificate pinning restricts which certificates are considered valid for a particular website, limiting risk. Instead of allowing any trusted certificate to be used, operators “pin” the certificate authority (CA) issuer(s), public keys or even end-entity certificates of their choice. Clients connecting to that server will treat all other certificates as invalid […]

Networking4All + DigiCert: Putting the Future of the Customer First

“The biggest challenge today is that companies don’t think they’re at risk.” — Frank Leest, Founder & CEO Networking4All When it comes to security, Networking4All CEO Frank Leest would rather be proactive than reactive. That’s why he spends a lot of his time thinking about what his customers will need in two, five and even […]

Frost & Sullivan report links e-commerce revenue with high-assurance certificates

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. […]

Elevating security and trust to even higher levels

Trust Italia is on a decades-long mission to help people everywhere understand the importance of identity and security online. They first partnered with Verisign in 1995, then with Symantec until its acquisition by DigiCert in 2017. CEO Riccardo Cazzola said, “We’re happy to see the sector pass into the hands of DigiCert … a company […]

Security Predictions for the New Year and Beyond

These security predictions are based on industry standards initiatives, represented by organizations involved in the industry, thought leaders, and other stake holders in the security market. While it is fairly safe to predict that some security areas will see improvement in the coming year, others will become more problematic. It is these areas of continuing […]

This Month in SSL: July 2016

Here is our latest news roundup of articles about network and SSL security. (Click here to see the whole series.) Data Security Mozilla Firefox announced that they plan to deprecate Flash from its browser in the next few months, which is sooner than what they previously planned. Some Pokemon Go related apps can steal contact […]