June 2010 - Entrust, Inc. 1-4 of 4
What’s the deal with 2048-bit keys?
Entrust has been getting a lot of questions about the move to 2048-bit RSA keys. The move is causing some web administrators concern, so we thought it would be a good time to clarify the reasoning behind the move to 2048-bit keys. The US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) prepared a special report [Read More...]
EV, what’s the difference?
With the acquisition of the VeriSign SSL business by Symantec, we’re getting a lot of questions about EV SSL certificates. Is your EV the same as theirs? Why is your EV so much cheaper? What’s the difference? The bottom line is yes; our EV SSL certificates are the same as theirs. In fact, EV SSL [Read More...]
Identity-Based Credentialing for All — Enterprises, Governments, Higher Education
Sometimes it’s hard to fathom how far technology has progressed in some areas, while in others we’ve yet to see necessary advancements that should be critical to the way we live our lives today. Specifically, security vendors are finally providing comprehensive identity and access management solutions that enable physical/logical access, strong authentication and a host [Read More...]
Market Shifting but Entrust Focused
There has been an interesting development in the SSL market since our last blog – the acquisition by Symantec of the entire security product portfolio of Verisign, including GeoTrust and Thawte. The acquisition ends VeriSign’s transformation from a security software provider to simply a domain name registrar and domain name infrastructure provider. Throughout an unspecified [Read More...]