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  • Trusted identities and the Impact of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation

    Entrust Datacard’s mission is ensuring the trustworthiness of identity, both online and in-person. And trusted identity plays an essential role in securing personally identifiable information (PII), so that it can be used to improve the users’ experience of a business process without infringing their right to privacy. A significant event will take place next year when a new data protection

        in General
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  • New Report: Securing Your Business with PKI

    The way we do business is changing. From retail to banking, enterprises in just about every market are turning toward new digital business models that connect customers, mobile workers, apps and devices. Once siloed information can now be shared between any device or location thanks in large part to the expansion of mobility and the cloud. There’s just one problem

        in PKI
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  • SSL Review: May 2017

    Entrust Datacard’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. CA Security Council … Certificate Transparency Deadline Moved to April 2018 Melih and Ryan discuss short-lived certificates, revocation and more … Encryption on the web – two use cases and a lot of confusion! Why bother with short-lived certificates and keys in TLS?

        in SSL
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  • How Browser Security Indicators Can Protect You from Phishing

    The media is full of stories about how phishing sites are moving rapidly to encryption using anonymous, free DV certificates they use to imitate login pages for popular sites, such as paypal.com. As noted in the article “PayPal Phishing Certificates Far More Prevalent than Previously Thought”, https://www.thesslstore.com/blog/lets-encrypt-phishing/, more than 14,000 DV SSL certificates have been issued to PayPal phishing sites

        in SSL
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  • SSL Review: May 2017

    Entrust Datacard’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. CA Security Council … Certificate Transparency Deadline Moved to April 2018 Melih and Ryan discuss short-lived certificates, revocation and more … Encryption on the web – two use cases and a lot of confusion! Why bother with short-lived certificates and keys in TLS?

        in SSL
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  • How Browser Security Indicators Can Protect You from Phishing

    The media is full of stories about how phishing sites are moving rapidly to encryption using anonymous, free DV certificates they use to imitate login pages for popular sites, such as paypal.com. As noted in the article “PayPal Phishing Certificates Far More Prevalent than Previously Thought”, https://www.thesslstore.com/blog/lets-encrypt-phishing/, more than 14,000 DV SSL certificates have been issued to PayPal phishing sites

        in SSL
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