Your customers have gone mobile, shouldn't your website security strategy?
The threat landscape has never stood still, but now it has gone truly mobile. With mobile computing rapidly gaining ubiquity, authors have become more strategic and bolder in their efforts to mobilise their malware. With last year seeing mobile vulnerabilities increase by 93%, malware targeting mobile devices increase by 155%, and 28% of mobile malware designed to steal data, protecting your customers’ sensitive information and online brand requires a secure website strategy including SSL.
RecordedAug 22 20124 mins
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Abhinav Sharma and Dave Roche, Product Managers for Symantec Secure App Service
With the explosion of connected objects and mobile devices, publishing or sharing software - even internally - has become a real challenge for companies with a coding activity. In this webinar, we will explore the code signing threat landscape and share our best practice and solutions to all your code signing needs. You will learn about:
- the value of code signing today and the new code signing use cases in the world of IoT
- the risks associated with traditional code signing: key management, auditing and reporting, multitude of signing platforms and files, compliance, embedding in the development process, etc.
- the security and development costs to take into account
- how to transition from a traditional to a next generation code signing activity thanks to Cloud based signing
Akhil Verma, Product Marketing Manager at Symantec and Andy Shoemaker, Founder and CEO of NimbusDDOS
Over the last few months we have seen DDoS attacks become more ferocious and attackers more sophisticated. As DDoS threats continue to evolve, your traditional mitigation solution may not be enough to protect you.
Watch as we follow a fictitious attacker analysing a target, exploring and finding weaknesses. Experience how the attacker launches a DDoS attack with devastating effects. Learn about the advantages and limitations of various mitigation technologies, and be given a DDoS preparedness roadmap to help you navigate the DDoS landscape.
Ben Herzberg, Head of Security Response at Imperva Incapsula and Akhil Verma, Product Marketing Website Security at Symantec
The latest DDoS Threat Report from Imperva Incapsula shows that DDoS attacks continue to grow in size with a significant increase in network layer attacks. With the scale and reach of DDoS threats increasing, enterprises need to be vigilant to protect their assets and customer data. Join our webinar to learn how you can protect your enterprise from global cybersecurity threats.
At the webinar you’ll learn:
• Insights into global DDoS attack patterns
• Best cyber security practices
• How to harden your current security practices
• How to build a scalable cyber security strategy
ECC ist der modernste Verschlüsselungsalgorithmus, der beim Schlüsselaustausch und der Authentifizierung mit den Protokollen SSL und TLS zum Einsatz kommt.
ECC wird RSA voraussichtlich ablösen, da der explosionsartige Anstieg der Mobilgerätenutzung und der Kommunikation zwischen Maschinen (M2M) sowie die Entwicklung des Internet der Dinge die Grenzen der Skalierbarkeit des derzeitigen Standardalgorithmus RSA übersteigen.
Die Zuverlässigkeit und Leistung von ECC sind inzwischen klar erwiesen. Die größte Hürde für den Einsatz des Algorithmus ist mangelnde Kompatibilität mit vorhandener Technik. Deshalb hat Symantec Hybrid-SSL-Zertifikate mit ECC und RSA entwickelt. Mit diesen Zertifikaten können Sie Ihre bisherigen Infrastrukturinvestitionen weiterhin nutzen und gleichzeitig Kompatibilitätsprobleme vermeiden.
In diesem Webcast erfahren Sie,
welche Vorteile ECC in puncto Sicherheit, Zuverlässigkeit und Kapazität bietet,
wie die Zertifikatskette eines Hybrid-SSL-Zertifikats mit ECC und RSA aussieht und
wie Sie ein solches Zertifikat beantragen.
ECC is the latest encryption algorithm used for key exchange and authentication purposes in the SSL/TLS protocols.
ECC is expected to replace RSA (current standard) as the scalability of RSA has become too limited to deal with the explosion of the number of mobile devices, machine-to-machine (M2M) communications and the development of the IoT (internet of the things).
The reliability and performance of ECC no longer needs to be demonstrated. However, a significant obstacle to the adoption of ECC lies on the lack of compatibility for such algorithm. This is why we have created ECC/RSA hybrid SSL certificates, allowing you to protect your current infrastructure investment while mitigating potential compatibility issues at the same time.
Join us in this webcast and find out:
-what are the main benefits of ECC in terms of strength, reliability and capacity
-how ECC/RSA hybrid certificate chains work
-what is the enrolment process
Everything you need to know about website security and online threats
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