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  • FS-ISAC Helps Financial Services Fight Cybercrime

    FS-ISAC (Financial Services Information Sharing and Analysis Center) is a highly organized, well-managed, security-focused organization that fosters a growing community of financial institutions and security vendors to collaborate in fighting cybercrime. Entrust is proud to be an ongoing sponsor and the FS-ISAC Fall Summit in Washington D.C. is in full swing. I had the privilege to participate in a mobile

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  • 512-bit Certificates Abused in the Wild

    Late last month, we were advised that some malware used in a spear-phishing attack was signed using 512-bit RSA Web server certificates. In a recent blog post from FOX-IT, it was confirmed that the abused certificates were issued by more than one CA to more than one subscriber and it was concluded that the certificate keys had not been stolen,

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  • Applications – Public Transportation/Ticketing

    Part 5 of 5 in the Series — Consumerization & NFC
    Public Transportation & Ticketing Impact: High Timeframe to mainstream: 2-5 years (with differing adoption rates regionally) In the above video, you can see the user purchase a ticket by tapping on a map. In many cities, ticket pricing is based on regions or sections (i.e., the further you have to go, the more you have to pay). In this case,

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  • NFC Applications – Mobile Payments & Public Transportation

    Part 4 of 5 in the Series — Consumerization & NFC
    It’s only the beginning and NFC hasn’t even hit the mainstream yet. But so far, there are some pretty interesting and useful applications for the latest connectivity standard. As I mentioned in the previous post, the consumer is likely the first to experience NFC. Corporations and businesses will likely follow suit, shortly thereafter, and use NFC internally. And no doubt

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  • Applications – Public Transportation/Ticketing

    Part 5 of 5 in the Series — Consumerization & NFC
    Public Transportation & Ticketing Impact: High Timeframe to mainstream: 2-5 years (with differing adoption rates regionally) In the above video, you can see the user purchase a ticket by tapping on a map. In many cities, ticket pricing is based on regions or sections (i.e., the further you have to go, the more you have to pay). In this case,

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  • NFC Applications – Mobile Payments & Public Transportation

    Part 4 of 5 in the Series — Consumerization & NFC
    It’s only the beginning and NFC hasn’t even hit the mainstream yet. But so far, there are some pretty interesting and useful applications for the latest connectivity standard. As I mentioned in the previous post, the consumer is likely the first to experience NFC. Corporations and businesses will likely follow suit, shortly thereafter, and use NFC internally. And no doubt

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