DigiCert Blog

  • The Benefits of Managed PKI Services for SSL Certificates

    Managed PKI SSL Services

    Traditional Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) has been done by tracking SSL Certificate usage on spreadsheets. Keeping track of dozens or hundreds of certificates on your server environment can quickly before a headache for administrators in charge of enterprise security. Retail SSL Certificates is effective for issuing individuals certificates for organizations that only…


  • Mobile Banking Creates Serious Security Concerns

    Secure Mobile BYOD

    Of all the mobile apps out there your personal banking app is likely to be the most secure, right? Wrong! A researcher recently discovered several security vulnerabilities in 40 personal banking apps from 60 of the world’s biggest banks. The research also found that almost half of the apps tested…


  • 5 Tips For Safe Cyber Shopping This Holiday

    The holiday season is a wonderful time for so many reasons. Families get together, total strangers reach out to help those in need, and generosity and the spirit of giving is felt far and wide. But sadly,  it’s also prime time for cyber criminals to steal your data. With that…


  • Impact of Accelerated gTLD Delegation Process

    gTLD Securing New Domain Extensions

    After the CASC’s previous letter addressing ICANN’s proposal to delegate nearly 2000 new gTLDs for use on the public Internet, ICANN identified and initiated an extensive study on two significant security issues. Based on the conclusions of the studies, ICANN is moving forward quickly with the delegation process, delegating more than 30 in the last two…


  • Important SHA-2 SSL Certificate Questions & Answers

    Data Security Q&A

    In 2013, Microsoft announced a change to their SSL Root Certificate Program policy that required all certificates issued to use the SHA-2 hash algorithm for higher security in SSL. DigiCert was the first Certificate Authority (CA) to offer SHA-2 certificates to all of its customers on new certificates and allowed…