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Securing your remote workforce: BYOD and beyond

By Samantha Mabey
May 08, 2020

Understanding the Timing of the Quantum Threat

By Samantha Mabey
October 28, 2019
Learn how to prepare for the inevitable cybersecurity threat of quantum computing, as outlined by the Global Risk Institute’s “Quantum Threat Timeline Report.”

Entrust Datacard praised as an industry trailblazer in recent cybersecurity report

By Samantha Mabey
September 30, 2019
A section of this report is dedicated to information and profiles of key vendors in the cybersecurity industry.

Awarded IoT Product Leadership Award by Frost & Sullivan

By Entrust Datacard
August 01, 2019
We’re excited to be recognized by Frost & Sullivan with the 2019 North American Product Leadership Award for our ioTrust IoT security solution.

Entrust Datacard Global Partner Conference 2018: The Winners Are…

By Ann Erickson
September 06, 2018
This summer, Entrust Datacard hosted the first-ever Global Partner Conference in London to honor our FY18 Partners of the Year, who are trained and authorized to sell and support Entrust Datacard solutions across the world.

Securing the Internet of Things: Energy and Utilities

By Romona James
April 12, 2018
As new technologies and innovative solutions enter the picture, companies are working to modernize existing power infrastructures and deliver secure, reliable and affordable energy to end consumers. One significant driver in this transformation is the Internet of Things (IoT).

Securing the Internet of Things: Devices & Networks

By Ranjeet Khanna
November 15, 2017
As the IoT assumes a bigger role across industries, security needs to take top priority. Here’s a look at four key challenges that must be taken care of before realizing the rewards of increased connectivity.  

Securing the Internet of Things: Connected Cars

By Ranjeet Khanna
October 18, 2017
If not properly secured, connected cars threaten to expose sensitive consumer information. With data being passed between so many different connected channels, it’s easier than ever for hackers to get their hands on personally identifiable information. It is very difficult to select a public key or a set of public keys that can be trusted for a long period of time. If the wrong public key is used, a website can be bricked until the server header expires. The wrong key could be provided accidentally or by an attacker. As in many cases, a site can be bricked where the administrator knows nothing about HPKP, or it’s been redirected by an attack.
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