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7 Results for 'Certificate Authority'
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Certificate Authority Security Council

By Bruce Morton
February 14, 2013
Today, the leading global certification authorities (CA) launched the Certificate Authority Security Council (CASC). The CASC is made up of publicly trusted CAs that issue SSL certificate to protect more than 95 percent of the global websites.
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Mozilla Endorses SSL Baseline Requirements

By Bruce Morton
February 27, 2013
The CA/Browser Forum SSL Baseline Requirements have been endorsed by Mozilla and have been included in their certificate authority (CA) certificate policy.
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Some Comments on Web Security

By Bruce Morton
June 14, 2013
Steve Johnson of the Mercury News posted an article on Web security and highlighted some of the issues. The posted issues help to explain why we created the Certificate Authority Security Council.
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5 Reasons Why Entrust Datacard PKI is Proper PKI

By Libby Robinson
February 21, 2019
We know you’ve heard it before: the “we’re different” pitch. But give us a few minutes, and we think you’ll see why we’re so passionate about our PKI offering.
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From Pauper PKI to Proper PKI: Building PKI Policy That Works

By Libby Robinson
February 21, 2019
PKI done properly follows a certain etiquette. There’s lots to know about the technology – and even more about management and policy.
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PROVE IT: Can One Certificate Authority Be More Reliable Than Another?

By Stephen Demone
August 09, 2016
Companies like Entrust Datacard issue thousands of Certificates a year and have to make sure that they are issued to the correct identity every single time. As our world operates with many checks and balances to make sure we have a stable society, CAs are the checkers and balancers of digital identities. 
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Entrust Datacard Supports the London Protocol

By Chris Bailey
June 27, 2018
The Certificate Authority Security Council (CASC) announced at the CA/Browser Forum event in London the launch of the London Protocol – an initiative to improve identity assurance and minimize the possibility of phishing activity on websites encrypted with organization validated (OV) and extended validation (EV) certificates, which contain organization identity information (Identity Certificates).
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