Last week’s overview explained why deprecating of older versions of TLS is a good move to strengthen secure data transfer in numerous applications. This week, we’re pleased to present a more in-depth look at how this is being mandated by some major standards organizations, such » Continue Reading.
Change is the only constant in internet security, and the evolution of standards to protect online traffic is a good example. In this fine article, our writer Nick Naziridis examines why major standards that impact you every day (including ones maintained by NIST and PCI » Continue Reading.
SSL.com, a public Certificate Authority (CA), and a voting member of the CA/Browser Forum trusted by millions of users worldwide, is pleased to announce accreditation by the North American Energy Standards Board as an Independent Authorized Certification Authority. The North American Energy Standards Board (or » Continue Reading.
TLS 1.3: Faster speed, better security. Here’s everything you need to know about the first TLS update in eight years…
Certificate Transparency (CT) is being rolled out for all SSL/TLS certificates by April 30 2018, so we’ve created a CT FAQ to give you a bit of information CT uses a system of logs and monitors to help protect users from incorrect or fraudulent certificates. » Continue Reading.