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Increase SSO security by going passwordless

October 2020 by Madhur Bhargava

The acceleration of digital transformation initiatives to support the remote workforce has, in turn, sped up the development of cloud-based…

Can HSMs lower your insurance costs?

October 2020 by Brad Beutlich

Have you ever heard of cyber liability insurance? If you haven’t, you will soon.  In 2019, according to industry reports,…

Cybersecurity Tips for Parents

October 2020 by Mark Ruchie

Being a parent is amazing and…hard. And in 2020 we’ve all been served up unusual circumstances that haven’t made parenting…

Microsoft outage highlights true cost of free authentication

September 2020 by Jenn Markey

This past Monday, some Microsoft services including Outlook email services, O365, and Teams collaboration suite experienced a prolonged outage, lasting…

TLS Protocol 1.2 Vulnerable to Raccoon Attack

September 2020 by Bruce Morton

Recently, a team of researchers discovered a vulnerability with all versions of the SSL and TLS 1.2 and prior protocols…

SSL Review: August 2020

September 2020 by Bruce Morton

Entrust’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions – recaps news, trends, and opinions from the industry. 398-Day Certificate Validity Apple…

Introducing Entrust Identity

September 2020 by Jenn Markey

Today, delivering trust in our increasingly digital lives is becoming more difficult than ever. That is why, as we simplify…

Entrust Datacard is now Entrust

September 2020 by Todd Wilkinson

Today we announced a new milestone change for our company:  Entrust Datacard is now, simply, Entrust — an evolution of…

Go passwordless with single sign-on for a digitally enabled remote wor...

September 2020 by Jenn Markey

While people are always your largest attack surface, 2020’s work-from-home (WFH) workforce has magnified this threat exponentially. Remote employees are…

Securing Your Organization with a Credentials-Based Passwordless Solut...

August 2020 by Rajan Barara

Looking at the history of passwords, one realizes that they have been around for centuries – Roman military used them…

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