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  • A Fresh Take on PKI

    Part 2 of 2 in the Series — Digital DNA
    As discussed in our first Digital DNA series blog post, organizations are recognizing opportunity and driving toward new digital business models. However, security and risk are seen as major bottlenecks and putting appropriate controls in place is required to allow for the required agility in these models. In the last post we discussed how identity can be woven into the fabric of

        in Public Key Infrastructure
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  • TLS/SSL Comprehensive History

    Security is one driving factor in the evolution of technology.  Here’s a timeline showing how the history of SSL/TLS and PKI advanced as security needs increased since its introduction in 1995. The timeline was created by Ivan Ristić of Feisty Duck, who has done a fantastic job of documenting SSL/TLS and PKI history. The deployment of SSL v2 protocol in

        in Public Key Infrastructure, SSL
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  • Observatory by Mozilla will Make the Internet a Safer Place

    Mozilla has released a new website, Observatory, to help developers, system administrators, and security professionals configure their websites safely and securely. April King, an information security engineer who developed the tool, explains that the development of the Observatory is a result of a new job she received at Mozilla to improve security on many of their websites. King first started

        in SSL
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  • As Digital Business Models Move Forward, It’s Time to Evolve our Thinking On Trust and Identity

    Part 1 of 2 in the Series — Digital DNA
    Over the past year or so, I’ve had the luxury of working with a group of individuals inside and outside of our organization to explore the role of trust within the context of the bigger changes taking place within the infosec ecosystem and enterprise architecture. We’re turning some of these learnings and areas of debate into a series of blog

        in Public Key Infrastructure
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  • Observatory by Mozilla will Make the Internet a Safer Place

    Mozilla has released a new website, Observatory, to help developers, system administrators, and security professionals configure their websites safely and securely. April King, an information security engineer who developed the tool, explains that the development of the Observatory is a result of a new job she received at Mozilla to improve security on many of their websites. King first started

        in SSL
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  • As Digital Business Models Move Forward, It’s Time to Evolve our Thinking On Trust and Identity

    Part 1 of 2 in the Series — Digital DNA
    Over the past year or so, I’ve had the luxury of working with a group of individuals inside and outside of our organization to explore the role of trust within the context of the bigger changes taking place within the infosec ecosystem and enterprise architecture. We’re turning some of these learnings and areas of debate into a series of blog

        in Public Key Infrastructure
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