Entrust Identity On Blog

  • SSL Review: July 2014

    Part 6 of 6 in the Series — SSL Review
    Entrust’s monthly review of SSL discussions — and likely other digital certificates — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust and CA Security Council Entrust Identity ON discussed: More Google Fraudulent Certificates Monitor Your Domains with Certificate Transparency Internet of Things – Beware CA Security Council discussed: What To Do When You Rely on Internal Names in TLS/SSL

        in SSL
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  • New USB Malware Causes Enterprise Security Concerns

    After months of reprogramming the firmware of thumbdrives, researchers Jakob Lell and Karsten Nohl managed to create a proof-of-concept malware that is invisible and able to be installed on a USB device. The malware, dubbed BadUSB can execute a variety of malicious activities.

        in Authentication, Malware
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  • Long-Delayed Breach Notifications Test Consumer Trust

    What's worse — a company that waits 3 years to let its customers know they've been breached, or a data protection office that's forced to turn an investigative eye on itself? The answer is that they're both equally concerning. And what's even more troubling is that both situations happened. 

        in Authentication, Encryption
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  • Chicago Citizens Hit Hard by Data Breaches

    Once upon a time, the only outbreaks that hit cities were of physical viruses. An attack of the measles in New York, the spread of a new flu in Philadelphia. But in an age of rampant cyber incursions, there's a new kind of disease that can hone in on specific cities. Chicago is feeling the heat.

        in Authentication, Data Breach
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  • Long-Delayed Breach Notifications Test Consumer Trust

    What's worse — a company that waits 3 years to let its customers know they've been breached, or a data protection office that's forced to turn an investigative eye on itself? The answer is that they're both equally concerning. And what's even more troubling is that both situations happened. 

        in Authentication, Encryption
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  • Chicago Citizens Hit Hard by Data Breaches

    Once upon a time, the only outbreaks that hit cities were of physical viruses. An attack of the measles in New York, the spread of a new flu in Philadelphia. But in an age of rampant cyber incursions, there's a new kind of disease that can hone in on specific cities. Chicago is feeling the heat.

        in Authentication, Data Breach
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