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PCI and NIST are deprecating TLS 1.0

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 DSS) are deprecating older, less secure versions of Transport Layer Security (TLS). (Spoiler alert: it makes them better and stronger, and more able to protect your information.)

Check it out here: Deprecating early TLS for a safer Internet

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