Thales launches first Post-Quantum Cryptography Starter Kit
Thales has launched the first-ever Post-Quantum Cryptography Starter Kit in partnership with Quantinuum, offering businesses a secure environment to test quantum-resistant encryption keys.
Hardware security modules market set to double by 2028
The global HSMs market is set to rise from $1.2bn in 2023 to $2.3bn by 2028, driven by growing cyber threats, data security needs and digital transactions.
Fastly expands its domains API and TLS capabilities
Fastly has expanded its domains API and TLS capabilities with Domainr acquisition and the general availability of Certainly Certification Authority.
FortiGate 600F NGFW achieves AAA ranking in testing
The tests simulated raw packet processing performance, hypertext transfer protocol (HTTP) capacity and real-world single application flows.
Venafi's TLS Protect for Kubernetes secures machine identities
Venafi has launched TLS Protect for Kubernetes, enabling secure management of machine identities in multi-cloud and multi-cluster Kubernetes environments.
What Is TLS 1.2 — and why should we still care?
TLS 1.2, the improved version of the Transport Layer Security protocol, is crucial for data security as TLS 1.0 and 1.1 become unsupported.
How multi-cloud visibility ensures business continuity
New technology solves the visibility gap in hybrid clouds, providing a single view of data in motion and optimising user experience.
CIOs put too much trust in TLS certificates - survey
Despite the prolific usage of TLS certificates within organisations, many CIOs aren't concerned about security risks associated with TLS machine identities.
DigiCert introduces TLS Certificate manager for partners
CertCentral Partner is a partner-specific upgrade of the previous software that provides extra functionality for resellers and MSPs.
DigiCert releases two new tools to modernise PKI
DigiCert unveils IoT Device Manager and Enterprise PKI Manager, revolutionising secure deployments with DigiCert ONE.
Why there is a critical need to fix network comms security - Kemp
Data breaches spike; firms race to adopt TLS 1.3 amid rising regulatory fines.
Why encryption causes DDoS defence headaches
Encryption boosts online privacy but poses fresh security challenges, including hindering DDoS defence.
Interview: RedShield's lowdown on TLS, DDoS & why breach legislation is good for everyone
RedShield's founder and CTO Sam Pickles talks about the company's research into attack techniques and the evolving threat of DoS attacks.
Proof of concept cloud TLS hack: the silent hypervisor flaw
Third parties could eavesdrop on cloud communications encrypted with TLS, which can be almost undetectable by most people.
CAUTION: The SSL blind spot is growing
The use of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption is growing fast - which is both good and bad.