Digital Signature vs. Digital Certificate | Keyfactor

Public key cryptography, also called asymmetric encryption, is based on computations that are almost impossible to break using today's fastest computers. But, there is still one problem when using encryption with private ...
802.1x

Enabling 802.1x with AD CS

Keeping your network secure from unwanted intruders is increasingly difficult with the advancements in technology. It’s relatively easy for malicious actors to obtain network access and steal all the data on that ...
cloud computing

Enabling Double Encryption for Zscaler with SecureW2’s Cloud PKI

Double encryption adds an extra layer of security to ensure that the connections between the Z App, Connectors, and ZPA ZENs stay protected. Although Zscaler already comes with a layer of TLS ...
The Best Way to Manage Microsoft Certificates

The Best Way to Manage Microsoft Certificates

Digital certificates are quickly becoming the network security standard for major enterprises because the abilities of certificates far exceed the abilities of passwords. Passwords are an obsolete form of authentication because there ...
code-signing

APTs, RATs and Code-Signing Attacks

Code-signing certificates have become a high-value target for cybercriminals. Here’s how to keep your certificates safe There’s a lot of buzz right now about a report, recently released by BlackBerry that reveals ...
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IoT manufacturing

Scalability Critical in Manufacturing IoT Cybersecurity

Manufacturers that deploy IoT applications have invested considerably in cybersecurity to help protect their brands and meet compliance requirements. Analysts routinely include security in their top IT trends, and this year is ...
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Graphic: Image illustrating an exploit of a Windows CryptoAPI vulnerability using a spoofed digital certificate. image source: https://twitter.com/saleemrash1d/status/1217519809732259840/photo/1

NSA: Microsoft Releases Patch to Fix Latest Windows 10 Vulnerability

NSA discloses a Windows security flaw that leaves more than 900 million devices vulnerable to spoofed digital certificates The National Security Agency (NSA) isn’t exactly known for wanting to share... The post ...
Managing the Chaos of Digital Certificates

Managing the Chaos of Digital Certificates

Qualys is a sponsor of TechSpective Organizations are stuck in the middle when it comes to digital certificates. Certificates are table stakes at this point—a business requirement because customers expect a website ...