We have been waiting for months and it has finally arrived! Symantec Ready Issuance technology is a revolution for clients of the Certification Authority Symantec.
As part of our PROTECT range alongside HackAvert®, powered by CloudFlare, SSL247® now offer Penetration Services to ensure that your business' system is secure against vulnerabilities.
We are pleased to announce that in October 2014, SSL247® achieved the internationally recognized ISO 27001:2013 accreditation, delivered by The British Assessment Bureau, demonstrating our commitment to customer service and quality in delivery.
Thanks to everyone who participated in our Webinar on November 13th. We hope you found the presentation informative!
The video capture and the slides are now available.
Another year, another new standard: From april 1st 2015, all certificates issued will have a maximum validity of 39 months
On 2013, 2048-bit became the new standard for key length in SSL certificates. This year, on top of some major bugs, malware and other critical vulnerabilities, we saw the transition from SHA-1 to SHA-2 hash algorithm, as well as the deprecation of SSL certificates securing internal needs. With the SSL industry evolving at such a fast pace, there is no doubt that 2015 will be full of announcements.
We are organising a webinar about SSL with our partner HAProxy on November 13th 2014 at 4pm GMT.
Our programme aims to give more information to anyone wishing to know more about the SSL protocol, SSL certificates, their impact on web applications and the solutions / best practices to optimise securely servers' performances.
During the Symantec Platinum Partner Roundtable – the exclusive annual event in Dubai held for Symantec’s biggest and key European partners, SSL247® had the honour of winning the prestigious, exclusive, and highly acclaimed “EMEA Symantec Champion 2014” award.
The first step announced by the CA/browser forum is now very close: they stated in 2012 that no SSL certificate securing a local domain, IP address or a server name should be issued with an expiry date later than October 31, 2015.
SSL certificates are issued for a minimum of 1 year, therefore, no CA (Certification Authority) will be issuing any SSL certificate for internal needs after October 31st, 2014.
We are proud to announce our range of products is now extended even further to include certificates from the leading Certification Authority Comodo.
By now you will probably be aware of the transition from the standard 1024-bit to 2048-bit for RSA-based SSL certificates. This isn’t recent news, but we thought a reminder could be useful if you are unsure about the validity of your own certificates.
Google's announcement, made on 6th August on their official blog, started a small revolution in the world of SEO. Sites using HTTPS will now be favoured in Google rankings.
As Web Security Consultants and Platinum partners of the largest Certification Authorities, we welcome Google’s comments on the subject, and would like to take this opportunity to state the benefits of a secure connection to a website.
Have you heard about the recent announcement of Google concerning SEO, and wish to benefit from this news by adopting the https, but are unsure of how to do it? This article is for you!
We're delighted to unveil our brand new logo, which has been designed to cement our transition from SSL providers to Web Security Consultants and Online Business Continuity Experts.
For the fourth year running, SSL247® attended InfoSecurity Europe 2014, Europe's number one information security event. The event proved to be a great success - Through face-to-face interactions with existing clients and new companies, we had the opportunity to demonstrate our expertise in Online Business Continuity and bring solutions to the web security issues of the visitors.
You must have heard about it in the news: the CIA and the British National Crime Agency have successfully disrupted the functioning of two dangerous forms of malware which have been working in tandem for the past few months (even longer for the early versions). They are called Game Over Zeus and Cryptolocker.
Our Platinum partner Symantec is making a slight change to the Norton™ Secured Seal, from 'powered by VeriSign' to 'powered by Symantec', effective immediately. Symantec are rolling out this new version of the Norton™ Secured Seal trust mark globally.
Two weeks after the discovery of the Heartbleed bug, we discuss it's impact on Certification Authorities, the SSL industry and the growing lack of trust online.