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Press Releases

Entrust Datacard Certificate Services makes it easier for organizations to streamline how they issue and manage SSL certificates as the first certification authority to achieve ServiceNow certification.

New Guide provides actionable technical guidance for IoT stakeholders

Articles

Posted on May 29, 2018 by MVNO Blog.

Posted on March 5, 2018 by Laura Bernheim a Managing Editor for HostingAdvice.

Posted on May 17, 2018 by PYMNTS.

Blogs

Workplace Mobility – How to Overcome Challenges and Increase Productivity for IT and Users Employees have come to rely on the convenience and freedom of mobile devices, which have pushed productivity levels to new heights. However, with mobility comes risk — and managing this risk is a day-to-day challenge for all IT departments. At Entrust Datacard, we've made it our goal to demonstrate how choosing a smarter authentication approach can help you face this challenge head-on while giving y...

2018 marked a year that was full of change in the world of SSL/TLS certificates. From new limits and certificate lifetimes to the full adoption of Certificate Transparency, the SSL world has become both increasingly interesting and complex for security-conscious professionals and organizations. The validation process for SSL/TLS certificates also changed considerably in 2018, as the CA/Browser Forum looked to make processes even more secure. The biggest change happened in August when tw...

Blog

SSL Review: March 2019

The Entrust Datacard monthly SSL review covers SSL/TLS discussions with a recap of news, trends and opinions from the industry. Entrust Datacard discusses new IP address validation methods and asks – how many digital certificates are you using? IP Address Validation Used for Issuing SSL/TLS Certificates How Many Digital Certificates and Keys are You Using to Secure Your Digital Communications? A seven-part blog series on: SSL Certificates 101 – Why Do I Need an SSL/TLS ...

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