Relevant Items
Refine Search expand_more
Blog add
Solutions add
Products add
Product Categories add
28 Results for 'Internet'
ioTrust™ Security Solutions

Securing the Internet of Things: Connected Cars

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.
Digital Certificates

Should SSL Certificates Be Free?

SSL/TLS Certificates are the most common cybersecurity technology in use today. With over one billion websites on the Internet, and the number of SSL/TLS Certificates issued in the millions, the question has been raised as to whether or not the secure links created by SSL/TLS Certificates should be mandatory, and thus free.
ioTrust™ Security Solutions

HARMAN Partnership Raises Awareness About IoT Security

The Internet of Things (IoT) demands the need to safeguard data between devices, sensors, and backend platforms connected within an IoT ecosystem.
ioTrust™ Security Solutions

Securing the IIoT

While consumer IoT has slowed somewhat, the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) — which connects industrial equipment in factories — is booming. Per TNW, the size and scale of IIoT will overtake the consumer market as IoT technology permeates the industrial sector. 

Bad Actors Catalyst Behind New Standards for Code Signing

Code Signing is a cryptographic process to digitally sign executables and scripts. The signature confirms the software author or publisher’s identity, and provides integrity by guarantying the software has not been altered since it was signed. Minimum Requirements for Code Signing will increase Internet security by setting a new bar to prevent private keys from being compromised. The requirements will also provide a better mechanism to have code signing certificates revoked limiting the proliferation of malware. The result will benefit application software suppliers, online businesses, and of course, software users globally.

You Better Watch Out! Here’s Why, Online Shoppers

Cybercriminals are hard at work prying personal information in new and devious ways. Before a bad Santa injects themselves into your holiday gift list, learn how you can avoid the latest Internet scams this holiday season (and every day), and ensure that bad Santa stays off your list. 

PROVE IT: Three Things Always-On SSL and HTTPS Everywhere Will Change About the Internet

The concept of HTTPS and SSL/TLS certificates has gone mainstream, with thousands of times more SSL/TLS certificates on the Internet today than in 1996 leading to the development of new Free SSL companies that offer unpaid SSL/TLS certificates over the past two years. How will this change the Internet as we know it today? 

Helping to Secure the Internet of Things

Just as PKI is the underlying technology that secures the identities and transactions of today, it will help us to securely engage in a world where our lives will rarely leave some form of connected computing environment. Digital businesses will be more connected, more aware and more agile thanks to a secure IoT. 

A Fresh Take on PKI

In August, Gartner issued a report titled PKI Is Gearing Up for the Internet of Things. While IOT is an important aspect of what’s addressed in the report and a foundational aspect of digital business (and something we’re really excited about), the focus on IoT in the title somewhat undervalues the breadth of content covered in the report. 

Observatory by Mozilla will Make the Internet a Safer Place

Mozilla has released a new website, Observatory, to help developers, system administrators, and security professionals configure their websites safely and securely. Learn more at Entrust Datacard.
Page 1 of 3