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Security Rapid Response Bulletin: Remediation for Heartbleed Vulnerability Requires Keys and Certificates to be Replaced

Venafi Offers the Only Solution to Find and Fix Vulnerable Cryptographic Keys and Digital Certificates Across the Enterprise

Salt Lake City, UT – April 9th, 2014

Venafi, the inventor of Next-Generation Trust Protection systems, today warns that the most devastating vulnerability of 2014 and beyond comes from failing to replace all keys and certificates on systems impacted by the OpenSSL Heartbleed bug. Without replacing keys and certificates, Heartbleed leaves open doors into Global 2000 organizations and governments with perpetual security vulnerabilities since attackers can spoof legitimate websites, decrypt private communications, and steal the most sensitive data.

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Respected Cybersecurity Leader Tammy Moskites Joins Venafi as Chief Information Security Officer

Former Time Warner Cable and Home Depot Executive Will Help CISOs Fortify Strategies to Defend Against New Vulnerabilities and Attacks on Keys and Certificates

San Francisco, CA & Salt Lake City, UT – February 26th, 2014

Venafi, the leading provider of Next-Generation Trust Protection, today announced during RSA Conference 2014 the executive appointment of Tammy Moskites as its Chief Information Security Officer (CISO). Moskites brings 25 years of cyber security experience and leadership, having led security teams at Time Warner Cable and The Home Depot. Moskites will help CISOs fortify their strategies to defend against increasingly complex and damaging cyberattacks against the trust established by cryptographic keys and digital certificates.

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Venafi Helps Enterprises Combat Rise In Attacks on Trust Using SSH

New Innovations in Venafi TrustAuthority™ and Venafi TrustForce™ Protect SSH Keys with Enforced Policy, Anomaly Detection, and Automated Response and Remediation

Salt Lake City, UT – February 19th, 2014

Venafi, the leading provider of Next-Generation Trust Protection, today unveiled powerful new cybersecurity defenses to help enterprises fight the rise in attacks using Secure Shell (SSH). New research released by the Ponemon Institute shows that 3 out of 4 Global 2000 organizations have no security system for SSH, leaving the door open for rogue, root-level access and data compromises.

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New Research Reveals Most Enterprises Leaving Door Open to Rogue, Root-Level Access and Cyberattacks

Ponemon Institute Finds 3 out of 4 Organizations Have No Security Controls for SSH

Salt Lake City, UT – February 19th, 2014

Venafi, the leading provider of Next-Generation Trust Protection, today announced Ponemon Institute research which reveals enterprises tolerate security vulnerabilities by allowing open door, root-level access in the 2014 SSH Security Vulnerability Report. Underwritten by Venafi, the report exposes how cybercriminals are exploiting the lack of visibility and control over SSH keys used to authenticate administrators, servers, and clouds. 46% of the 1,854 respondents reported their servers and networks are left open and can be owned forever by attackers because they fail to rotate SSH keys. Not surprisingly, 51% of organizations reported already being breached by an attack using SSH.

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