February 24, 2020
Last week at the Face to Face CAB Forum Meeting in Slovakia, Apple announced its intention to restrict SSL/TLS validity to just 398 days.
November 18, 2019
This has been another busy year for hackers. As for what we can expect in 2020, only time will tell. In the meantime, we’ve asked some of GlobalSign’s brightest minds to share their thoughts.
November 18, 2019
While getting people to trust online shopping was a huge hurdle for e-commerce 20 years ago, today’s online shoppers often think nothing of filling out forms and providing data.
October 09, 2019
The personal records of nearly every single resident of Ecuador, including 6.7 million children - even infants -- were exposed due to a colossal data breach. That works out to
October 03, 2019
Building an online store should be an enjoyable and exciting experience, but there are serious issues that must be considered to ensure the business – and customers – are kept as safe as possible.…
September 03, 2019
Today there’s a huge wave toward protecting consumer privacy – in Congress, with the GDPR, etc. – but how can we protect user privacy on the web without establishing the identity of the websites that…
July 02, 2019
Card data breaches are worrying enough, but they also coincide with a rather concerning trend; the number of business to fully comply with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard dropped in…
February 13, 2018
The EV SSL debate has had many declaring that Extended Validation Certificates are not worth the paper they're written on...well here's why we think those people are wrong and EV is here to stay!
June 02, 2017
Want more information on a website's SSL Certificate? Inspecting a site's SSL Certificate varies from browser to browser so we have created a guide to help you view the SSL Certificate details on your…
March 14, 2016
Our Vice President of Product Management, Doug Beattie offers website administrators some advice on how to react to the recent DROWN attack and avoid future vulnerabilities to their certificates.
- May 22, 2020
- Amy Krigman
Once again, data breaches were at the top of the news cycle this week. From new attacks to reports about them, there was quite a lot to digest.