If you run or manage a business that relies on IT, you need a cyber security strategy. You’re responsible for dealing with critical issues such as securing your internal network and cloud services, and implementing the best password policy strategy.
There’s more – identifying the latest security threats, resisting phishing techniques, finding the most secure hosting environment and, of course, picking out the right SSL certificate.
The internet isn’t just for cat videos. It can also be used for online shopping, and it’s never been easier to buy absolutely anything.
In the US alone $291 billion was spent exclusively online last year and this figure is only set to increase. However, online fraud is a growing concern amongst both consumers and companies, with billions of dollars lost each year. It’s important to take a few precautions and applying some common sense can also help you stay safe. If it sounds too good to be true, it usually is.
Here at SSLs.com, we keep a watchful eye on the latest website security trends, so we can always be sure we’re offering our clients the best SSL products available.
We’re also dedicated to offering the best shopping experience on the web. That’s why we’ve recently redesigned our entire website and moved it to a more robust platform. The new and improved SSLs.com is faster, easier to use and more interactive and it provides a better support experience.
Namecheap.com enjoyed a rare opportunity to chat with Symantec VP Rob Hoblit and hear his thoughts on the new report's outcomes.
Below we provide the interview originally appeared on the Namecheap blog.
The world of computer viruses has changed drastically over the last 25 or so years. In the early days, internet users were very naïve towards email attachments, contributing to the alarming speed that viruses could spread across the globe.
These days, viruses very rarely land in our inboxes due to preconfigured firewalls and strict measures from the likes of Gmail and Outlook.
Questions and concerns often arise during the validation of SSL certificates. Each SSL type requires a different level of authentication.
In this post, we’ll share detailed authentication and verification guidelines regarding Symantec Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificates, to help you understand and appreciate them better.
We believe that most companies who do business online have been attacked by hackers at least once. Starting April 15, we were faced with a massive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack.
We discovered the attack when the SSLs Site Seal checking system notified us that it was unable to ping SSLs.com.