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  • How Browser Security Indicators Can Protect You from Phishing
    How Browser Security Indicators Can Protect You from Phishing
    Chris Bailey, VP Strategy & Business Development, and Kirk Hall, Director of Policy & Compliance Recorded: Oct 19 2017 56 mins
    The move to requiring encryption on all websites is picking up speed, with browsers starting to show UI warnings for unencrypted websites. Roughly 60% of internet page loads already "https", and the number of sites switching to encryption grows every month. This trend is helped by the availability of anonymous, free Domain Validated (DV) SSL certificates from several Certification Authorities (CAs), which include no identity information about the website owner.

    While increased encryption is good for connection security and combating “man-in-the-middle” (MITM) attacks, many phishing and malware fraudsters are using DV certificates to imitate login pages for top sites such as PayPal.com, banking sites, etc. and steal user information. Unfortunately, these fake DV login pages receive a favorable green padlock “Secure” security indicator in the Chrome UI, causing some users to believe Chrome is vouching for the phishing website as safe or trustworthy.

    Join Entrust Datacard's Chris Bailey and Kirk Hall as they discuss:
    • The difference between DV, OV, and EV
    • The issues with current browser UIs to do with certificate information
    • A proposed new UI security indicator to help users and enhance security
  • SHA-1 Deprecation SHA-2 Deprecation
    SHA-1 Deprecation SHA-2 Deprecation
    Mark Giannotti Recorded: Jun 28 2017 59 mins
    Starting January 1, 2017, Chrome stopped supporting SHA-1 certificates. Now sites that have a SHA-1-based signature as part of the certificate chain (not including the self-signature on the root certificate) will trigger a fatal network error.

    Join us for a complimentary webinar to discuss how the deprecation of SHA-1 will affect your SSL enabled web sites.

    - Discuss the timing of the forthcoming updates to Google Chrome and the impact on certificates signed with SHA-1.
    - Discover which tools are available to identify certificates that are currently issued using SHA-1.
    - Learn how Certificate Authorities are helping SSL subscribers make the transition to SHA-2 signed certificates.
  • How a Reliable CA Can Help with the Certificate Lifecycle
    How a Reliable CA Can Help with the Certificate Lifecycle
    Mark Giannotti Recorded: Jun 28 2017 58 mins
    Managing your SSL certificates doesn’t have to be difficult. Join us for a complimentary webinar that covers, in-depth, how a reliable CA helps with the certificate lifecycle.

    - Learn the importance of selecting a reliable Certificate Authority for all your digital certificate needs.
    - Discuss what to look for when choosing your certificate provider.
    - Explore the components of a good certificate management solution and how it implements a Secure Service Lifecycle.
  • The Evolution of SSL/TLS and Browser Compliance Requirements in 2017
    The Evolution of SSL/TLS and Browser Compliance Requirements in 2017
    Dathan Demone, Entrust Datacard Recorded: Jun 21 2017 57 mins
    SSL/TLS Industry requirements are changing at an unprecedented pace. Over the last couple of years, new requirements have been passed down by the CA and browser community to help further solidify the security practices around obtaining and using SSL/TLS and other types of publicly trusted certificates. Over the next 12 months, more important changes are being introduced to continue that trend. Join Dathan Demone, Product Manager at Entrust Datacard, who will discuss both past and future changes that will have a major impact on all certificate subscribers. In this Webinar, we will discuss topics such as:

    • New changes coming to browsers and how they notify end users about the proper use of SSL/TLS on all web pages
    • Changes to certificate lifetime policies and verification rules that are being introduced in 2017
    • New requirements around Certificate Transparency that are being introduced in October, 2017
    • Updates to recommended security best practices and new vulnerabilities in the world of SSL/TLS
    • Certificate Authority Authorization and how this can be used to protect your organization against fraud
  • SSL Best Practices: Keys, Certificates and Advanced Certificates
    SSL Best Practices: Keys, Certificates and Advanced Certificates
    Mark Giannotti Recorded: Jun 9 2017 66 mins
    SSL certificates secure ecommerce, communications and private information passed from browser to Web server and between servers. Join us for a complimentary webinar that covers key best practices for securely deploying SSL certificates for your specific environment. We will discuss:

    - Private Keys for Quality Protection: Learn how to use private keys, a key factor in determining the quality of protection provided by SSL.
    - Cater SSL For Your Environment: Discuss importance of selecting the appropriate Certification Authority (CA) and certificate type.
    - Troubleshoot Your SSL Problems: Explore how advanced certificates can be used to help solve problems in your SSL applications.

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