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Entrust to Attend INTERPOL General Assembly

October 17, 2013 by Entrust, Inc. Leave a Comment

In today’s world of constantly changing cyberthreats, advancing global security is an absolute necessity. Intelligent solutions are needed in order to help eliminate global organized crime, terrorism and other illicit activities that plague organizations—and individuals—everywhere. One organization that relies on these intelligent solutions is the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL). On Oct. 21, Entrust will [Read More...]

Entrust Headed to Montreal for ICAO Conference

October 16, 2013 by Entrust, Inc. Leave a Comment

On Oct. 22, industry leaders in the biometric, border security and machine readable travel documents (MRTD) space will gather for the Ninth Symposium and Exhibition on MRTDs, Biometrics and Border Security at the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) headquarters in Montreal. One of the key attendees at this year’s ICAO event will be Entrust, a [Read More...]

Entrust Goes Global to Demonstrate eID, ePassport and Law Enforcement Security Solutions

October 15, 2013 by Entrust, Inc. Leave a Comment

Entrust’s technology and expertise has long been used in the most advanced, cryptographically secure travel document deployments across the globe. As the global leader in eID and ePassport technology, Entrust strives to protect enterprises and governments from the constantly evolving threat landscape. So, how does one stay ahead in an industry that is constantly changing? [Read More...]

How is Your Browser Performing?

October 11, 2013 by Bruce Morton Leave a Comment

We always discuss SSL deployment best practices. These are the actions the Web server administrator takes. These are important to discuss, because the actions on the few million Web servers will increase the functionality and security of the billions of browser users. However, there are two ends to the SSL connection and there is little [Read More...]

Do You Have a New gTLD?

October 8, 2013 by Bruce Morton Leave a Comment

The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is currently approving many generic top-level domains (gTLDs). What are gTLDs? This is the last part or the suffix of a domain name. The most popular gTLD is .com. There are probably many purposes to issue gTLDs. They range from allowing domain subscribers to use popular [Read More...]

Filed Under: SSL, SSL Deployment Tagged: .home, gTLD, ICANN

Entrust to Offer SSL Certificate Management Service to Online-Buy Customers

October 8, 2013 by Entrust, Inc. Leave a Comment

Online certificate management helps save you time and improves the experience you have with an SSL vendor, but can be complex and is only offered by many CA vendors to customers with larger quantities of certificates to manage. To help ease customers into the full-featured Entrust Certificate Management Service, Entrust will offer a new “lite” [Read More...]

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Secure Non-Registered Domains with New Private SSL Certificates

October 8, 2013 by Bruce Morton Leave a Comment

Are you an SSL certificate owner that has SSL certificates that protect non-registered domains? What are non-registered domains? Well, let’s first talk about registered domains. These are the domains where you register the domain root to an approved top-level domain (TLD) through an online registry such as example.com. Once you have example.com registered, then you [Read More...]

Filed Under: SSL, SSL Deployment Tagged: SSL

The Federated Identity: Making its Way to the Enterprise Level

October 3, 2013 by Entrust, Inc. Leave a Comment

Within the enterprise space, there currently exists the need for fast and secure movement across separate, secure digital platforms. That solution comes in the form of a federated identity—a type of access that is receiving ground-swell support on the government level. A federated identity is a single user identification that can grant individual access to [Read More...]

Jason Soroko

Bypassing Fingerprint Biometrics Nothing New

October 2, 2013 by Jason Soroko Leave a Comment

So, Germany’s Chaos Computer Club — which weirdly sounds like an outcast AV group at someone’s high school — claims to have circumvented Apple’s new Touch ID fingerprint biometric sensor featured on the just-released iPhone 5s. This isn’t news. Sure, it’s new in relation to attacking the consumer-loved iPhone image. But the “hack” shown is [Read More...]

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What is Spear phishing?

October 2, 2013 by Entrust, Inc. 1 Comment

Recently, a form of identity theft known as spear phishing has been making headlines. While the method isn’t new, thieves are using it more and more to break into networks and steal data. Spear-phishing is a highly targeted, fraudulent attempt to enter into a network by gaining unauthorized access to secure information. The purpose of [Read More...]