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  • Top Cybersecurity Trends to Expect in 2016

    Let's take a look at some of the top cybersecurity trends that lie in wait in 2016.

        in Authentication, Digital Certificates, Encryption
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  • What’s the Future for SHA-1 and Browser Users as of January 1, 2016?

    On January 1, 2016, the public trust certification authorities (CAs) will stop issuing SHA-1 signed SSL/TLS certificates. What will happen? Will all websites using SHA-1 fail? No. SHA-1 will be supported by browsers and operating systems through 2016. Microsoft and Mozilla have announced that Windows and Firefox will not support SHA-1 in 2017, but no change for 2016. We expect

        in SSL
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  • You Better Watch Out! Here’s Why, Online Shoppers

    Combat the Latest Online Shopping Threats You better watch out! Cybercriminals are hard at work prying personal information in new and devious ways. Before a bad Santa injects themselves into your holiday gift list, learn how you can avoid the latest Internet scams this holiday season (and every day), and ensure that bad Santa stays off your list. Who’s Infecting

        in SSL
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  • 2016 – Looking Back, Moving Forward

    Looking Back at 2015 A number of new tactics proved 2015 was no exception to an active year defending against ever increasing security issues. Vendors found new and creative ways to provide vulnerabilities including the now popular man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks. MitM as well as a host of other new vulnerabilities caused browsers to rethink their security requirements. This article gives

        in SSL
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  • You Better Watch Out! Here’s Why, Online Shoppers

    Combat the Latest Online Shopping Threats You better watch out! Cybercriminals are hard at work prying personal information in new and devious ways. Before a bad Santa injects themselves into your holiday gift list, learn how you can avoid the latest Internet scams this holiday season (and every day), and ensure that bad Santa stays off your list. Who’s Infecting

        in SSL
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  • 2016 – Looking Back, Moving Forward

    Looking Back at 2015 A number of new tactics proved 2015 was no exception to an active year defending against ever increasing security issues. Vendors found new and creative ways to provide vulnerabilities including the now popular man-in-the-middle (MitM) attacks. MitM as well as a host of other new vulnerabilities caused browsers to rethink their security requirements. This article gives

        in SSL
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