Entrust Identity On Blog

  • SMBs Lacking Cybersecurity Face Tough Road

    All too often, companies will fail to address the issue of enterprise security until it's far too late. That is, many businesses only realize the importance of defending the organizational infrastructure after an attack on it has already happened. This can be a very costly mistake.

        in Authentication, Encryption
    0
  • Study: Cost, Likelihood of Breaches on the Rise

    According to a report by the Ponemon Institute, the average cost of an organizational data breach in 2014 is $5.4 million. At the same time, Cisco's 2014 Midyear Security Report has found that new exploit kits are appearing and that attacks against point-of-sale systems are on the rise.

        in Authentication, Data Breach, Malware
    0
  • Using SSL to Increase SEO

    Google has indicated that it will use strong HTTPS as a signal in their search ranking algorithms. This means that websites should consider using SSL to increase search engine optimization (SEO). Google recently invested in having their “services use industry-leading security, like strong HTTPS encryption by default.” This gives the browser user a secure connection when using a Google service.

        in SSL
    0
  • New ‘Lurk’ Malware Avoids Detection Using Steganographic Techniques

    A gang of cybercriminals has been found using steganography, a technique that embeds information inside an image, to create malware that lasts longer and is harder to detect. The group has compromised the devices of approximately 350,000 users and earned a quarter of a million dollars through their scheme.

        in Authentication, Encryption, Malware
    0
  • Using SSL to Increase SEO

    Google has indicated that it will use strong HTTPS as a signal in their search ranking algorithms. This means that websites should consider using SSL to increase search engine optimization (SEO). Google recently invested in having their “services use industry-leading security, like strong HTTPS encryption by default.” This gives the browser user a secure connection when using a Google service.

        in SSL
    0
  • New ‘Lurk’ Malware Avoids Detection Using Steganographic Techniques

    A gang of cybercriminals has been found using steganography, a technique that embeds information inside an image, to create malware that lasts longer and is harder to detect. The group has compromised the devices of approximately 350,000 users and earned a quarter of a million dollars through their scheme.

        in Authentication, Encryption, Malware
    0
Page 4 of 119««...345...10152025...»»