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RSA Key Generation Flaw Does Not Affect Entrust Certificates

February 16, 2012 by Jon Callas
The New York Times published an article by John Markoff a couple days ago, “Flaw Found in an Online Encryption Method.” Sadly, the article is behind the Times paywall. Irritatingly, it’s a very good article except for the headline, which is wrong. The flaw isn’t found in the encryption, but in some key generation. A [Read More...]

Leveraging Consumerization Concepts to Combat Security Threats

February 15, 2012 by Mike Byrnes
Let me be clear right up front. Yes, cybersecurity threats are real. Yes, they are growing in volume and in sophistication. And, yes,  they are the root of the problem. BUT, one of the underlying frustrations I have with the cyber-threat situation is that, in general, many organizations remain anything but creative and strategic when [Read More...]

It’s that time of year again

February 9, 2012 by David Mahdi
One of the biggest shows in the InfoSec arena — RSA Conference 2012, Feb. 27-March 2) is coming fast. Entrust is working hard to get everything ready — from our booth to our product showcases. And while we can’t wait to show off our new stuff, that’s only one aspect of the show. 2011 was [Read More...]

VeriSign hack: Reactions from the security community

February 3, 2012 by Jon Callas
Blogmaster Note: This was originally posted on February 3, 2012 to Help Net Security Reuters reports that VeriSign has been hacked and “undisclosed information” has been stolen. There isn’t much more in the reports other than speculation, but there are a number of things to remember. They claim that this doesn’t affect the VeriSign certificate [Read More...]