Google Security Alert: How to Be Trusted in 2017 (NAM & EMEA)

Presented by

Jeff Barto - Trust Strategist & Website Security Advocate and Dean Coclin - Chairman Emeritus, CA/Browser Forum

About this talk

With an upcoming release of the Chrome browser, Google has provided you with an important reason to secure your entire website and online applications. In January 2017, Google and other browsers will begin flagging non-secure sites that accept passwords or payments with a security alert, letting users know their data is not protected. Ultimately, all non-secure sites will have a security warning. During this live event, we will take you through the upcoming browser changes, what to expect and how you can prepare for new requirements. While Symantec Website Security has been advocating for stronger, better, more powerful privacy and innovative encryption standards on the Internet for years, Google is giving businesses a compelling reason to act now. We’ll share with you why this move has huge implications and how you can build trust with your customers and eliminate security risk for your organization.

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