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    Will the Imminent Death of Microsoft Edge Lead to an Insecure...

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Dec 07, 2018

    Reports are starting to emerge that Microsoft is to stop developing Microsoft Edge after three pretty unimpressive years and instead replace it with a Chromium-based browser. Codename Anaheim, this new browser is said be slated to replace Edge in Windows 10 although it's not clear if the Edge name will remain.

  • Blog Post Dec 07, 2018

    Global Mobile Outage Shows the Danger in Poor Certificate Management

    Yesterday, the world experienced major outages in its mobile networks, including loss of service for 32 million Britons on O2 and other carriers, as well as millions more in Japan and other parts of the globe. The rumor is that many private IoT networks were affected by this same outage, most of which we’ll probably never hear about.

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    Meeting Federal Requirements for Secure Email

    A Datasheet from Sectigo

    Datasheet Dec 06, 2018

    Maintain compliance with the US government's DFARS standard by signing email and enabling encryption using S/MIME certificates.

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    Email Certificates for GDPR Compliance

    A Datasheet from Sectigo

    Datasheet Dec 06, 2018

    Sign confidential email communication and enable encryption using S/MIME certificates to protect consumer data and maintain GDPR compliance.

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    Why Do More Than 50% of Phishing Sites Use SSL?

    A Blog Post from Sectigo

    Blog Post Nov 30, 2018

    Recent research from PhishLabs shows that more than 50% of phishing sites now use SSL certificates. This fact isn’t really surprising considering that phishing sites depend fundamentally on being confused for the genuine sites they mimic. The closer the phishing site is to the actual site, the more effective it is in its mission. Adding an SSL certificate puts a lock icon and https to the web address; which in their absence, are important tip-offs that the site isn’t on the up and up.

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    Only 36% of Top UK Retailers Fully Secure Online Store

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Nov 27, 2018

    Certificate issuer, Sectigo, has studied 25 major UK retailers and provided a ranking, according to how effectively they maximise trust with their site visitors. To receive top marks an online shop must present its authenticated identity in a branded address bar and prevent “Not secure” warnings from displaying.

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    Sectigo Wins IoT Security Solution Award

    A Press Release from Sectigo

    Press Release Nov 27, 2018

    Company’s IoT Manager Recognized for IoT Security Innovation at Computing Security Excellence Awards

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    7 Real-Life Dangers That Threaten Cybersecurity

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Nov 27, 2018

    Cybersecurity tends to focus on dangers that appear on networks or in messages. The attackers may be half a world away, so the threat is the only thing that matters. But what happens when the threat actor is walking through the front door or sitting next to you at an airport coffee shop?

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    What Are the Black Friday Security Threats and How Can...

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Nov 22, 2018

    Sectigo, the world’s largest certificate issuer has studied 25 major UK retailers and provided a ranking, according to how effectively they maximise trust with their site visitors. To receive top marks, an online shop must present its authenticated identity in a branded address bar and prevent “Not secure” warnings from displaying.

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    Only 36% of Top UK Retailers Fully Secure Online Stores

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Nov 22, 2018

    The shopping season is upon us and, like every year, many of us choose to buy online instead of trawling through the shops. But do UK retailers ensure shoppers can trust their websites? Sectigo, the world’s largest certificate issuer has studied 25 major UK retailers and provided a ranking, according to how effectively they maximise trust with their site visitors.

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    One in Three UK Retailers Lack Best-Practice Security on This Holiday

    A Blog Post from Sectigo

    Blog Post Nov 21, 2018

    Sectigo studied the web security of 25 popular UK retailers to see how each organization helps protect their consumers by maximising trust in online shopping. For the first in its Secure Impressions studies, we looked for the presence of SSL certificates; verifications provided by a Certificate Authority, which confirm that a website is authentic and legitimate.

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    Why IoT Device Security Is Important

    A Blog Post from Sectigo

    Blog Post Nov 14, 2018

    Learn why IoT (Internet of Things) device security is important, the dangers imposed by ignoring it, and what the future may hold for securing it.