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Acquisition extends the Entrust Datacard portfolio to include general purpose hardware security module offering that provides enhanced cloud, data security, compliance and payments capabilities

Entrust Datacard VISION 2019 conference to include speakers from Microsoft, VISA, Cisco, Experian, Target and more

New products add flexibility and efficiency to card production operations


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.


Today, I'm thrilled to announce that Entrust Datacard has completed its acquisition of nCipher Security. Here's why we're so excited to welcome the nCipher team to Entrust Datacard. Hardware Security Modules, or "HSMs" have never been more important. HSM use is expanding in the payment and cybersecurity markets, as the need for data security multiplies from mobile devices and cloud services to connected IoT devices and digital payments. In fact, IDC's Robert Westervelt sees the general...


SSL Review: May 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: SSL vs. TLS and the movement to a more secure protocol CA/Browser Forum: Clarifies subject distinguished name requirements for SSL/TLS certificates: Ballot SC17 Version 7: Alternative Registration Numbers for EV Certificates Adds new domain validation method: Ballot SC19: Phone Contact with DNS CAA Phone Contact Hashedout pr...



Several years ago, I wrote "Is it SSL, TLS or HTTPS?" This was a simple blog to talk about the difference between the terms and which term I would use. A lot has happened in the years since I wrote that blog post. The secure protocol called SSL has been deprecated, and everyone is now using TLS. But we all still say SSL. Let's discuss. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) To sum up the discussion in my earlier blog, SSL was originally developed by Netscape and was followed up with SSL 2.0 in ...

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