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Warning: Your networking tools are weakening your web security

US-CERT says SSL inspection tools, which let enterprise administrators examine encrypted traffic to find and block malicious activity, actually hinder HTTPS.

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US-CERT Warns HTTPS Inspection May Degrade TLS Security

Recent academic work looking at the degradation of security occurring when HTTPS inspection tools are sitting in TLS traffic streams has been escalated by an …

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A cybersecurity risk assessment is a critical part of M&A due diligence

As corporate boards get more deeply involved in understanding their own company’s cybersecurity posture, it stands to reason they would want to know similar information about an acquisition target…

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U.S. Charges Russian Hackers for Attacks on Yahoo

March 16, 2017

The U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) yesterday announced the indictment of two officers with Russia's FSB security agency in connection with the hacks of some 500 million Yahoo user accounts…

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Russia, security industry responds to indictments in Yahoo breach case

March 16, 2017

Ever since the announcement on Wednesday by the Department of Justice (DoJ) that it had indicted four men for their hack of Yahoo in 2014, information security experts have been responding with a…

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Yahoo and 'the failure to comprehend'

March 9, 2017

One of the biggest challenges facing the C-suite and boards is the failure to comprehend the universality of cyber security threats.

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Some of my best CISOs are women: Interview Tammy Moskites, Venafi

March 8, 2017

On International Women's day the CISO we happen to be interviewing is Tammy Moskites, CIO and CISO at Venafi, appointed as a Distinguished Fellow by the Ponemon Institute in 2014 and former CISO…

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Over a fifth of websites are using insecure certificates

March 8, 2017

21% of websites are still using insecure SHA-1 certificates and, are putting users at risk as a result.

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21% of websites still use insecure SHA-1 certificates

March 8, 2017

New research from Venafi Labs shows that 21 percent of the world’s websites are still using certificates signed with the vulnerable Secure Hash Algorithm, SHA-1.

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Time's up for SHA-1 hash algo, but one in five websites still use it

March 8, 2017

Venafi's latest study shows there has been improvement since November 2016, when a third (35 per cent) of websites were still using SHA-1.

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1 in 5 Websites Still Use SHA-1: Report

March 8, 2017

While most certificate authorities (CAs) haven’t been issuing certificates using the SHA-1 cryptographic hash function for more than two months, 1 in 5 websites worldwide still use such…

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How to cope with the recent flood of security failures

March 6, 2017

Keep your cool when facing possibilities like SHA-1, Cloudflare, and the shoddy Internet of Things.

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Google kills SHA-1 with successful collision attack

March 2, 2017

SHA-1 in digital certificates and cryptographic keys hasn't been safe for years. With the world's first successful collision attack, the clock has run out for the hash function.

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