Posts of category: SSL

Mobile·Rethink Remote Access·SSL

FDE and VPN: Don’t Throw out the Security Baby with the Legacy Bathwater, Part 2

Editor's Note: This is part 2 in a series, "FDE and VPN: Don’t Throw out the Security Baby with the Legacy Bathwater." For part one, click here.

Rethink Remote Access·SSL

FDE and VPN: Don't Throw out the Security Baby with the Legacy Bathwater, Part 1

By Cameron Laird

Rethink Remote Access·SSL

FDE and VPN: Don't Throw out the Security Baby with the Legacy Bathwater, Part 1

By Cameron Laird

New banking trojan capable of hijacking the SSL connections
IPsec·IT policy·SSL

SSL Myth Busting: Online banking via SSL session is secure.

Onto the next post in our series debunking SSL myths. Today's myth: Online banking via SSL session is secure. The answer is  [SPOILER ALERT] --- false.

money-belt
IPsec·IPv6·SSL

Safe computing in the mobile age, part 2: What costs dominate?

Editor's Note: This is a second in a two-part series. Part 1 focused on the mobile landscape.

IPsec·Mobile·SSL

Safe computing in the mobile age: a fresh look at SSL and IPsec for a workforce on the go, Part 1

By Cameron Laird

superman-vs.deathstar
SSL

SSL Myth Busting: One-way certificate authentication of a SOA web service is secure because it uses HTTPS.

Continuing our series on SSL Myths, today we deal with the security of SOA web services.  SOA’s simplicity lies in its use of descriptor-based definitions of application transactions that can be…

cloud
IPsec·SSL

The VPN paradigm shift toward cloud computing

SSL myth
Rethink Remote Access·SSL

SSL Myth Busting: Using trusted certificates from a certificate authority (CA) is airtight (actually it's not)

It's the assumption that "using trusted certificates from a certificate authority (CA) is airtight" that got DigiNotar and Comodo into some hot water this year. Because in reality, certificates - even…

SSL myth
Rethink Remote Access·SSL

SSL Myth Busting: Using trusted certificates from a certificate authority (CA) is airtight (actually it's not)

It's the assumption that "using trusted certificates from a certificate authority (CA) is airtight" that got DigiNotar and Comodo into some hot water this year. Because in reality, certificates - even…