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Exclusive: How DigiCert is preparing for a post-quantum world
Fri, 22nd Dec 2023
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quantum computing
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advanced persistent threat protection
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cybersecurity
DigiCert's Armando Dacal discusses pioneering digital trust in a changing cyber landscape, highlighting the importance of partnerships and agility in cybersecurity.
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Kiwis being taken for a ride with certification due to SEO fears
Tue, 27th Nov 2018
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martech
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seo
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app development
A digital marketing agency has noticed that many New Zealand SMEs are paying far too much for SSL certification.
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Chrome is marking all HTTP sites as 'not secure': What you need to know
Fri, 3rd Aug 2018
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martech
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seo
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google
The latest version of Google Chrome may bring penalties for businesses that don’t have current SSL certificates.
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Google gears up to mark all HTTP pages as 'not secure'
Tue, 22nd May 2018
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encryption
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google
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ssl certificate
Chrome to end 'secure' label for HTTPS sites as it pushes web security.
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Blunder by Trustico revokes 23,000 website certificates
Sat, 3rd Mar 2018
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cloud services
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websites
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symantec
23,000 customers of Trustico recently received an email informing them their website security certificates will be rendered useless within 24 hours.
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INTERVIEW: What Google’s decision to distrust Symantec certificates means
Wed, 21st Feb 2018
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devops
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app development
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apm
Last year Chrome announced a formal plan to remove trust from Symantec-issued certificates - Venafi's Walter Goulet discusses the implications.
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Criminals exploit SSL encryption & free certificates in malware attacks
Mon, 12th Feb 2018
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encryption
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cios
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zscaler
Firms may not inspect SSL traffic because they assume it comes from trusted sources. That has now changed and SSL is now a ‘significant’ blind spot'.
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Malicious Reddit clone fooling users into giving away logins
Thu, 8th Feb 2018
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web development
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cybersecurity
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venafi
A simple typo is taking users to a seemingly secure Reddit clone that is actually stealing their login details - we have commentary from two experts.