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Industry analyst report cites Entrust Datacard’s consumer authentication solutions as the top rated and Overall Leader in Product, Market and Innovation Categories

New Ansible modules simplify certificate deployment for limitless end-points

Organizational agility and communication key to solving Shadow IT, reports Entrust Datacard survey of 1,000 US IT professionals


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.


Not too long ago, PKI was declared dead. Why? Because it's expensive. It's complicated to implement. It's old and clunky technology. Today, nothing could be further from the truth. With the rise of digital business, PKI is a key player and has never been more in demand and transparently used in day-to-day life. PKI is powerful, proven and has stood the test of time. It's the best, most scalable way to manage and secure communications, especially with the option of hosted PKI. It...

As a certification authority (CA), what we do at Entrust Datacard sits right in the crosshairs of Dev and Ops. Things like encryption, cryptography, verification, authentication — are all considered to put a drag on the DevOps principle to move fast. As part of my research into DevOps, I interviewed DevOps engineers from various companies to understand DevOps in two ways: as a buyer persona and as a user group. In my conversations, I learned quickly that I needed to expand the scope of my resea...

In a phased approach, Chrome plans to block mixed content on secure websites to improve user security. Most browsers already block some mixed content such as scripts and iframes by default. Chrome is amping it up by gradually taking steps to also block images, audio recordings and videos, according to a recent Google Security blog. Preventing mixed content to load will eventually result in HTTPS websites losing their security indicator downgrading the site to HTTP, which alerts visitors th...

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