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  1. Advantages to Using a Centralized Management Platform for SSL Certificates

    SSL security is a critical component to an enterprise’s overall security strategy. With the increasing number of Internet-connected devices, online portals, and services that organizations manage, there are more opportunities for vulnerabilities and a growing number of threats that these systems face. System administrators are responsible for hundreds—if not thousands—of certificates that come with unique…


  2. Cyber Insurance: The Next Big Thing?

    While there is obviously no cause to celebrate the devastation of the past years’ big cyber hacks, the consequences of these hacks have undeniably led to more urgent infosec development and practices. As Robert Parisi of the network insurance broker Marsh USA puts it, “The number of (data) breaches in 2013 certainly was the last…


  3. EMV Cards: What’s the Chip and Who’s Liable Now?

    According to research done by Barclays in 2015, the US is responsible for 47% of global credit card fraud, while only accounting for 24% of card volume. This staggering statistic, along with massive commercial hacks affecting millions of Americans over the past few years, is reason enough to suggest that credit security is demanding new…


  4. Securing Enterprise Keys and Certificates Should Be a Priority

    In March 2015, Ponemon Institute published a report that analyzed business failures associated with a lack of trust in the security of a company’s keys and certificates. The report states that of 2,300 participants from enterprises around the world, 54% admit to having a lack of policy enforcement and remediation for keys and certificates. Likewise,…


  5. Managing Cyber Crime & Cybersecurity Budget

    The cost of cybercrime is on the rise. In fact, this year the average annual losses to companies worldwide came out to $7.7 million, according to a new report from the Ponemon Institute and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Cybersecurity incidents are not only increasing in number, they are also becoming progressively destructive and target a broadening…