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9 Results for 'verification'

PROVE IT: How Identity Verification Is Making the Internet a Safer Place

By Stephen Demone
April 25, 2016
Around the clock verification agents worldwide make sure that certified websites are owned and operated by legitimate, trustworthy businesses and people. Working together by establishing rules and guidelines for certificate issuance, SSL Certificate vendors make the internet a safer place to communicate, to do business and to socialize. 

Twitter Login Verification Announced

By Entrust Datacard
May 23, 2013
In case you hadn’t seen the news, Twitter login verification was announced yesterday. While I certainly don’t want to praise Twitter for implementing second-factor authentication login long after they knew a problem existed, it does remain a solid step in the right direction.

Successful Transition from Method 1 Domain Verification

By Chris Bailey
August 21, 2018
Entrust Datacard announces the successful transition from Method 1 domain name validation to comply with Baseline Requirement - Ballot 218 established by the CA Browser Forum.

Mobile ID Verification in a Trusted Identity Assurance Platform

By Jacquelyn Painter
October 16, 2018
Did you know that 53% of firms use four or more types of authentication to identify internal users?

New Industry Guidelines for Domain Verification Promote a Safer Internet

By Dathan Demone
October 03, 2018
SSL/TLS certificate validation is critically important for the overall security of the internet and online identities. This is something that Entrust Datacard is serious about and have been taking seriously for more than 20 years. 

SSL/TLS Verification – Digital Identity for Your Website

By Diana Gruhn
March 05, 2019
Essentially an SSL/TLS certificate is a form of digital identity for your website. The level of identity differs depending on the type of certificate that you have.

The Value of EV Certificates

By Bruce Morton
August 05, 2015
I had the opportunity to review a verification issue last week, and it had me thinking of the value of EV certificates. First for every SSL/TLS certificate request, our verification teams goes through a validation process to authenticate the identity, ownership or control of the domain name, and authorization to issue the certificate. This process is increased substantially for Extended Validation (EV) certificates.

4 Things You Should Know About EMV

By Entrust Datacard
September 14, 2015
The future of payment is now. With the growing deployment of EMV smart card solutions, we're finally moving away from traditional — and highly vulnerable — cards and toward a solution that makes it very challenging for credit card fraud to be carried out. This is a vital step forward in the realm of payments, and one that couldn't come sooner, given the frequency of credit card-based attacks, and the growing sophistication of cybercriminals who attempt to carry out these intrusions. As a technology, EMV functions to bolster the security of the payment transaction through the presence of an in-card chip that helps with authentication and verification. In terms of what EMV does to provide an unprecedented degree of security during the transaction, there are three central elements, which Entrust Datacard VP of Financial Marketing Ray Wizbowski highlighted in a blog post:

What Happened with

By Bruce Morton
March 20, 2015
Comodo issued an SSL certificate for The issue is the certificate requester did not own or control the domain, which is owned by Microsoft. Was this Comodo’s fault? Let’s discuss. Since 2012, the certification authorities (CAs) which issue public trust SSL certificates must follow the domain verification methods in the CA/Browser Forum Baseline Requirements (BRs). The BRs provide methods for organization validation (OV) and domain validation (DV).
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