7 Reasons Why You Need To Replace Your Microsoft CA

7 Reasons Why You Need To Replace Your Microsoft CA

Maintaining a robust and efficient Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) has never been more important for digital security. PKI is not only used to protect public-facing websites and applications but also to secure machine-to-machine communications across a wide range of enterprise use cases, ensuring data privacy and integrity. As the application ... Read More
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Unlocking Zero Trust: The Power Of Identity-First Security

For decades, protecting IT infrastructures meant securing the perimeter, but this approach is no longer sufficient to keep the modern enterprise protected. Cloud applications and remote work have redefined the security perimeter. The data center is no longer the hub of the network activity. Data and applications are dispersed across ... Read More
PKI-Based Passkeys

PKI-Based Passkeys Lead The Way For A Passwordless Future

Recently, on World Password Day (May 2nd), tech giant Google revealed that Google Passkeys are being used by more than 400 million user accounts worldwide, authenticating users more than 1 billion times in less than a year. Google noted that passkeys are now used more often for authentication on Google ... Read More
The NIS2 Compliance Deadline Is Nearing. Are You Prepared?

The NIS2 Compliance Deadline Is Nearing. Are You Prepared?

The hard deadline for NIS2 compliance in the EU is approaching rapidly on October 18, 2024. As organizations operating in the EU switch gears assessing their compliance readiness, here’s a quick overview of the new NIS2 directive, its implications on businesses operating in the EU, the cybersecurity requirements for compliance, ... Read More
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SSH vs. SSL/TLS: What’s The Difference?

SSH and SSL/TLS are two widely used cryptographic protocols for establishing secure connections and ensuring secure communication between two parties over an unsecured network. While both protocols offer the same benefits—authentication, encryption, and data integrity—they are designed for different use cases and have distinct features. Here is a deep dive ... Read More
Why CISOs Need to Prioritize Quantum Readiness Now

Why CISOs Need To Act On Quantum-Readiness Now

In 1994, when mathematician Peter Shor first introduced the quantum algorithm, now famously known as Shor’s algorithm, many found the concept of quantum computers wild and unreal. Fast forward to 2024, the world is delving into the real-world applications of quantum computing and the very real possibility of a quantum ... Read More
Microsoft Deprecates 1024-bit Keys

Microsoft Deprecates 1024-bit RSA Keys. Are You Prepared to Upgrade?

Microsoft recently announced that Windows will no longer support TLS server certificates with RSA encryption keys shorter than 2048 bits. The move is intended to bolster Windows security and promote secure digital interactions. The RSA (Rivest–Shamir–Adleman) algorithm is widely used across all industries, including banking, e-commerce, and telecommunications sectors for ... Read More
Why Certificates Are a Better Approach to SSH-V2

Why SSH Certificates Can Be A Better Option For Remote Access Than SSH Keys

SSH (Secure Shell) is a secure communication protocol widely used to enable secure access to remote devices and servers over an unsecured network like the Internet. stands as a strong and reliable guardian of data integrity and confidentiality. It has been used for decades to enable secure access to remote ... Read More
9 SSH Key Management Best Practices You Need to Know

9 SSH Key Management Best Practices You Need to Know

In today’s distributed workplace model, privileged remote access to servers and systems is essential to ensure smooth operations. Secure Shell (SSH) keys play a pivotal role in facilitating this access securely. IT teams worldwide use SSH keys daily for remote system administration, support and maintenance, and file transfers. Because SSH ... Read More
Four Reasons Why SSH Key Management Is Challenging

Four Reasons Why SSH Key Management Is Challenging

SSH or secure shell is a secure network protocol that enables two devices or machines to connect and communicate with each other securely over an unsecure network. SSH keys are cryptographic credentials (consisting of a public and a private key pair) used for authenticating and securely accessing computers, servers, machines, ... Read More
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