Authentication is a critical part of the private key infrastructure (PKI) that forms the basis of trusted connections throughout the Internet. Knowing the website you’re visiting is controlled by the owner is the first part of being able to trust a website; the second part is knowing your transactions on that website are secure (or in tech speak, encrypted).
Working with, and having to manage SSL/TLS certificates, can be a daunting task. Whether you are a new user and not very familiar with what an "SSL/TLS certificate" is or whether you are an experienced PKI administrator that deals with this sort of thing on a daily basis, managing SSL/TLS certificates comes with its challenges.
Whether you have a business that sells a product or service, you’ll need some sort of visibility online by having a website. In the words of Bill Gates, "If your business is not on the Internet, then your business will be out of business." – Simply put, you need to be visible to the world.
Google plans to release a new version of the Chrome browser, Chrome 56, in January 2017.
Are you a nonprofit or startup? Symantec wants to secure your website.
Eventually, quantum computing will break most common public key algorithms, and since most current web security infrastructure is built around these common algorithms, we need to prepare for the post-quantum world.
The Internet is a dangerous place, but we’re fighting the growing number of online criminals by offering free website protection for your sites’ end-to-end user data.