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  1. Survey Finds 123,972 Unique Phishing Attacks Worldwide

    Security Phishing Protection

    The Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) recently released their Global Phishing Survey, which covers the second half of 2014 (July 1 to December 31). The survey reveals that phishing incidents are not only on the rise, but also reveals that phishers are becoming more adept at luring users to these sites, infecting computers with malware, or…


  2. Healthcare: From Privacy to Security

    The benefits of networked medical devices are impossible to deny. These devices, such as insulin pumps, pacemakers, and other monitoring systems, allow doctors to remotely monitor the health of their patients in a non-invasive way. They can also transmit a patient’s vitals and other pertinent information directly to a doctor, so they can monitor their…


  3. Four Critical Components of Certificate Lifecycle Management

    DigiCert is committed to providing solutions for enterprises that need platforms and tools for effective SSL Certificate management throughout the certificate lifecycle. With our recently announced acquisition of Verizon Enterprise SSL business and Cybertrust Japan, DigiCert certificates are responsible for the security of millions of websites online. More enterprises are choosing DigiCert and taking advantage…


  4. Replace Your Certificates for Internal Names

    Your publicly trusted SSL Certificates issued to internal names or reserved IP addresses are going to expire by October 31, 2015. After this date, all internal connections that require a publicly trusted certificate must use names/IP addresses that are registered and verifiable. It does not matter if those services are publicly accessible. Halloween may seem…


  5. Certificate Transparency: FAQs

    On February 1, 2015, the DigiCert Certificate Transparency (CT) Log was the first independent CT log to be incorporated by Google in the Chrome browser. Certificate Transparency is Google’s proposed solution to the, until now, inherent opaqueness of the CA ecosystem. CT provides a way for every certificate issued by any publicly trusted CA to be publicly…