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Browser UI Security Indicators
Examples of recent browser UI security indicators
Browser UI security indicators are constantly changing from one version number to the next, and there is little consistency among browsers even for the UI security indicator for any given type of TLS/SSL digital certificate. For this reason, users have a hard time understanding what any particular browser UI means as to user security.View the Infographic Here
What Kind of SSL/TLS Certificate Infographic
What Kind of SSL/TLS Certificate Do I Need
You may not think you need a publicly registered SSL/TLS certificate, but there are many benefits. Learn how a publicly registered SSL/TLS certificate and improve the trust level of you domain, brand, and more.View the Infographic Here
E-File Site Honor Roll Infographic
Avoiding tax e-filing scams and staying secure
DigiCert sponsored Online Trust Alliance research to determine how well free e-file sites protect consumer security and privacy. Learn what businesses and consumers can do to protect their identity.View the Infographic Here
Increasing Online Trust Infographic
What websites are securing your data and protecting your privacy?
The Online Trust Alliance, of which DigiCert is a board member, published its annual Online Trust Report, which analyzes the biggest web sites for securing data and protecting consumer privacy.View the Infographic Here
EV SSL Increases Online Trust
How do a padlock and green bar increase customer online trust?
Consumers know the padlock and green bar indicates a trusted connection. Just 2% proceed past "untrusted connection" messages and only 3% would give out credit card information without the padlock icon.View the Infographic Here
Increasing Online Trust
Who can you trust with your online security?
In 2013 alone 823 million online records were exposed to cyber criminals. Focusing on online security analysis of consumer protection, infrastructure security and privacy and transparency, this infographic gives a glimpse into how pervasive cyber-crime is and what you can do to protect yourself and your network.View the Infographic Here
What's Behind the Padlock?
What does it mean when you see a HTTPS padlock?
The padlock symbol in the browser address bar has become an iconic mark of security that web users can look for to know whether a site is authentic or not. Learn the steps that Certificate Authorities take to verify the identity of the website you intend to visit. Discover “What’s Behind the Padlock?”View the Infographic Here
Staying Safe Online Infographic
Whom do you trust to secure your data?
Would you freely advertise your personal information online? That is exactly what you do when your bank, favorite social network or online retailer does not take the proper precautions to protect your security and privacy. With a 117% increase in the number of data breaches exposing more than 267 million records, it’s more important than ever to ensure companies you do business with online use correct security protocols. This infographic examines the escalating problems of Internet security and provides 10 steps that can be taken to improve the situation.View the Infographic Here
New gTLDs and SSL Infographic
With an explosion in active TLDs, how will it affect your SSL certificates?
If you own SSL Certificates registered to local names that get approved as gTLDs you will need to re-configure your servers to only use public names. This will affect owners of Unified Communications Certificates the greatest. What does this mean for your network and certificates?View the Infographic Here
Online Security Infographic
Would you trust your money to a bank that doesn’t lock their vault?
Each time you buy something on the web, whether sharing a credit card number or other personal information, you’re putting yourself at reisk if you don’t verify that the website you are visiting takes appropriate measures to protect your security and privacy. Where 75% of online retailers are still failing to adopt online security best practices the need for you to be in the know concerning online security is more vital than ever.View the Infographic Here