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  • PROVE IT: Why do Malicious Cyber-attacks Have Cute Names?

    Part 5 of 6 in the Series — Prove It!
    “Heartbleed Bug”. “Poodle”. “Sea-Surf”. “DROWN”. If these were super villain names, I wouldn’t exactly be sending in Superman to deal with these guys. But, don’t let these catchy names fool you – these are the names of serious cyber-attacks that resulted in millions of people’s data being exposed and financial information compromised. I guess you shouldn’t judge a supervillain by

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  • Helping to Secure the Internet of Things

    Part 4 of 9 in the Series — Digital DNA
    The term IoT, or the Internet of Things, is usually presented with a set of superlatives about growth and opportunity. Devices such as electronic controllers and sensors have existed in closed systems such as the automotive industry since the late 80’s and in industrial environments for even longer. Data that was considered useful only for real-time operations in a car

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  • PROVE IT: How to Pick the Right Certification Authority

    Part 4 of 6 in the Series — Prove It!
    The last thing you would ever do when you leave your place of business at the end of the day is leave the door wide open. As we have discussed in this series of posts, SSL/TLS certificates exist to not only secure web data, but they also serve as a means of identification on the Internet. When it comes time

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  • SSL Review: September 2016

    Entrust Datacard’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust Identity ON: Chrome to Show HTTP Sites as Not Secure Observatory by Mozilla will Make the Internet a Safer Place TLS/SSL Comprehensive History CA Security Council: How a SWEET32 Birthday Attack is Deployed and How to Prevent It Always-On SSL Scott Helme

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  • PROVE IT: How to Pick the Right Certification Authority

    Part 4 of 6 in the Series — Prove It!
    The last thing you would ever do when you leave your place of business at the end of the day is leave the door wide open. As we have discussed in this series of posts, SSL/TLS certificates exist to not only secure web data, but they also serve as a means of identification on the Internet. When it comes time

        in General, SSL
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  • SSL Review: September 2016

    Entrust Datacard’s monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions — recaps news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust Identity ON: Chrome to Show HTTP Sites as Not Secure Observatory by Mozilla will Make the Internet a Safer Place TLS/SSL Comprehensive History CA Security Council: How a SWEET32 Birthday Attack is Deployed and How to Prevent It Always-On SSL Scott Helme

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