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Cybersecurity Roundup August 2022

The Security Industry Has Lost a Pioneer  Peter Eckersley, a co-founder of Let’s Encrypt and a contributing voice to the Electronic Freedom Frontier, has passed away. Losing a life battle to cancer, the world sadly lost Peter last week at the young age of 43.  Peter was a computer scientist
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Cybersecurity Roundup July 2022

Machine Identities Are Critical for Cybersecurity  In today’s connected world, robots, intelligent machines, and various automated devices outnumber humans using the Internet. While multiple layers of security are built into networks, a major component is the level of digital trust applied to validating identity. While it is a known process
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June 2022 Cybersecurity Roundup

SSL.com Reminders OV & IV Code Signing Key Storage Requirements are Changing Effective November 1, 2022 OV & IV Code Signing Certificates will be issued on Yubico USB Tokens or available via the SSL.com eSigner cloud signing service.  To learn more about SSL.com eSigner solution: https://www.ssl.com/esigner/   Organizational Unit Field for
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  • December 2021 Cybersecurity Roundup January 9, 2022
    IRS extends its temporary acceptance of electronic or digitally-signed forms until 2023 Due to the continuing threat caused by the COVID-19 virus when it comes to face-to-face contact, the IRS, through Memorandum NHQ-10-1121-0005, has extended its acceptance of electronic or digitally-signed forms until 2023. The memorandum expanded the list of IRS forms that can be […]
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  • What is PKI? October 14, 2021
    Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) as a term describes systems and components used in securing internet communications and transactions. This article will cover a high-level breakdown of the various PKI components and how they interact in the PKI ecosystem. If you’re a company owner looking to beef up your cybersecurity or just anyone who’s interested in […]
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