February 19, 2015
It seems you can't go a day without hearing about the Internet of Things (IoT). While there's no questioning the scale and impact it's going to have on our life as we know it, there is one major…
February 02, 2015
With the growing connectedness of all things great and small, the need for trusted identities will take center stage in 2015
January 06, 2015
Everyone's talking about the Sony megahack, and for good reason. The sheer amount of data (up to 11 TB), and the contents (passwords, employee social security numbers, corporate secrets, emails) have…
December 09, 2014
When we first reported on the POODLE (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption) vulnerability in October, it was believed to only affect the SSLv3 protocol. However, the vulnerability, which…
December 04, 2014
We're looking at some of the top security advancements of code signing certs such as two-factor authentication.
November 26, 2014
Tackling some digital signature and S/MIME FAQs, including what happens to encrypted emails after the certificate expires, how to streamline public key exchange, and how PDF and Office digital…
November 19, 2014
How online-shops can convince customers to online Christmas shopping by providing internet security (SSL, https, padlock, green address bar).
November 11, 2014
Explaining the role of private keys in S/MIME email encryption, why S/MIME users should consider key archival and recovery, and how to do it."
November 07, 2014
In this blog post we look at IoT security from the point of view of the consumer, manufacturer and enterprise. Learn more about security in the IoT, and see how some companies are already addressing…
November 05, 2014
Digital certificates provide a solution for several cyber security issues, like demand for multi-factor-authentication, document signing or email encryption.
November 03, 2014
Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome to disable SSL 3.0 by default
October 27, 2014
Microsoft is fighting the good fight against our overreliance on passwords. They recently announced that they are baking multi-factor authentication directly into Windows 10.
October 15, 2014
Labelled Poodle (Padding Oracle On Downgraded Legacy Encryption), the vulnerability can enable crucial information to be intercepted by third parties in communications with servers which enable SSL…
October 08, 2014
We're answering your questions from our certificate management webinar, including how to set user permissions, how our dollar-based system works, and what APIs we have.
September 30, 2014
This morning we officially announced our acquisition of Ubisecure, a Helsinki-based identity and access management (IAM) software developer.
- June 17, 2021
- Aryne Leigh Monton
Passwords are no longer enough to protect users from data breaches and identity thefts. Learn more about authentication, and how your business can…
- June 15, 2021
- Aryne Leigh Monton
Are we aware of the risks when using the internet? Learn how you can defend yourself, loved ones, and your company in this blog.