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September 2021 Cybersecurity Roundup

September has seen a lot of newsworthy events in the field of internet security. Join us as we tackle cybersecurity progresses and risks revelations that happened in the past month. Cybercriminal Sentenced to 12 Years in Prison for Heading a 7-Year Illegal Phone Unlocking Scheme Per the September 16 news
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Job Listing: Ruby on Rails Developer

Ruby on Rails Developer Are you interested in helping shape the security of the Internet we all depend on? Are you interested in learning about or contributing to new security policies months or years before being used in every browser?  We are looking to add a Ruby on Rails Developer
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Cybersecurity Challenges Faced by Engineering Companies

Introduction  Both hard data and anecdotal evidence show that the leading cause for companies getting hacked is human error. Collaborative research by Stanford University and security firm Tessian showed that 88% of data breaches are caused by employees who click on hackers’ emails because they thought these really came from
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Quantum Proofing Next Generation PKI and Digital Certificates

Sensational articles like this about quantum computers even in 2016, create uncertainties for data security in the case that quantum computers of sufficient power are constructed. This article will attempt to shed some light on the situation.  What is Quantum Computing? Quantum computing is the application of quantum mechanics principles
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Advantages of Remote Online Notarization for Lawyers

Before 2011, when Virginia became the first state to sign Remote Online Notarization (RON) into law, the practice of notarizing documents in the US had traditionally been conducted face-to-face. State governments provided authority to a notary or lawyer to ensure that the signer/client had a valid personal identity as well
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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 […]
    SSL Support Team

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