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Top 5 Security Practices for Financial Institutions to Defeat Online Identity Attacks

February 10, 2014 by Mark Reeves     No Comments

The Bank of England (BoE) recently simulated a major cyber-attack against the British financial system that yielded some disturbing results: many of the UK’s largest financial institutions are unprepared for large-scale online identity-based attacks. More surprisingly, many of them are also uneducated on how to detect and report cyber security breaches. The Telegraph UK reported [Read More...]

All SSL and Digital Certificates Are the Same, Right? Wrong

May 21, 2012 by Dave Rockvam     No Comments

If all digital certificates are the same, why choose anything but the basic certificate? Because all certificates are not the same. Currently, there are three classes of digital certificates as recognized by the CA/Browser Forum: Domain Validated (DV), Organization Validated (OV) and Extended Validated (EV). There is a common misconception that the only difference in [Read More...]

Filed Under: EV SSL, SSL Tagged With: Computer security, dv, EV