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  1. Creating a Secure BYOD Enterprise

    Whether your company has intended to be a BYOD or not, it’s likely that employees are bringing their own devices to work anyway. In the era of smartphones, tablets, and other personal technology devices, it’s difficult to imagine any workplace where BYOD is not occurring on a daily basis. This article from CSO Online reveals…


  2. What the Acquisition of Cybertrust Roots Means for DigiCert Customers

    On June 23, 2015, DigiCert announced the acquisition of Cybertrust Root Certification Authorities, previously held by Verizon Enterprise Solutions.  At that time, we explained that the acquisition would provide those customers with innovative certificate management tools and industry-leading customer service, among other benefits. The purpose of this post is to explain more about the benefits…


  3. Employees Are First Line of Defense for Cyber-Attacks

    When executives think about cybersecurity strategy, a number of list items might come to mind such as keeping collected customer information safe, data encryption solutions, securing networks, etc. However, what probably isn’t on the top of the list but should be is employee education—and this includes C-suite employee education. It should come as no surprise…


  4. Proactively Preventing Data Breaches

    Data breaches are on the rise and this shouldn’t come as a shock to anyone. Health insurance companies and medical devices are valuable targets as are corporate accounts that expose financial information. Company leaders are worried about breaches. According to a survey a couple years ago, 91% of decision makers are concerned about customers’ perceptions…


  5. Employee Negligence Is a Leading Cause of Your Company’s Security Risk

    A recent article by Maria Korolov on CSO Online points out that 4 out of 5 employees engage in some risky online behaviors at work despite being aware of the security risks. The myth that employees are only engaging in these behaviors because of their lack of knowledge about the risks is now debunked. Instead,…