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Microsoft has disclosed the existence of a critical vulnerability in how Windows operating system validates ECC based x.509 certificates and has released patches for affected versions that are supported.
Between the 28th and 30th of January 2020, SSL247 will be exhibiting at the leading European cybersecurity event! Find out what's in store for you and what to expect from SSL247 during these three days at our stand in Hauts-de-France. Register now FREE for FIC 2020!
SSL247 has been appointed as a Preferred and Platinum Partner of Sectigo. Read our blog on our valued partnership to deliver best-in-class sales and support for custom PKI and online security solutions, extending value and expertise to our customers by taking part in Sectigo’s technical training and certification program.
Cybersecurity investment has been ranked the number one investment priority across healthcare providers in Europe. Many medical devices run by computer systems are in danger of becoming exploited to harmful situations for patients and their sensitive data. Read our blog find out how Penetration Testing can help you tackle these potential threats.
SSL247 had a great 2 days at Cloud Expo Europe Paris! Find out about our keynote sessions and more.
Meet us at Cloud Expo Europe Paris 2019 from 27th to 28th of November 2019 and discuss all your cybersecurity needs at stand B11! Find out what we have planned for this exciting 2-day event.
SSL247 are proud to announce that we have been awarded both Platinum & Preferred Partner of Sectigo CA!
Sectigo has awarded us a Platinum & Preferred Partner 2019.
Find out what you can expect from our webinar on 'Incident Response 2 - How to detect and identify the threat'. Register now to get your place for our exciting new webinar on the 23rd of October 2019 at 3:00 pm (BST)!
'Incident Response - what to do when you've been hacked' - the webinar discusses the immediate steps you can take in the event of an attack and how to prepare for such an attack, ensuring damage to compromised systems is minimised.
Penetration testing is an important process for an organisation looking to audit their security processes and ensure their systems are secure. Find our more in our exclusive webinar.
On the 18th June our Lead Penetration Tester, Loic Castel, demonstrated a live IoT hacking of medical devices. Find out what to expect from the video and how to watch it.
When preparing for a penetration test, a standard error is providing an extremely broad definition of the scope to be tested. The consequence of wanting to audit everything can be less relevant results or, due to a fixed budget, the auditor may have less time to focus on important issues as they need to spread their time across the entire test.
If you are managing an information system (and there is a good chance that you are!), the information stored and processed by your company is at risk of being accessed by cybercriminals.
These are five questions you need to ask to understand and evaluate the tools, methods and expertise of a penetration testing provider before you agree to give them access to your system and information.
The new EU eIDAS regulation that oversees electronic identification and trusted services will be enforced from July 2016.
Last week a global mobile network outage occurred due to an easily avoidable problem – an expired software certificate.
On Friday, December 14, the SSL247 Lab team, our expert and CREST Registered Testers (CRTs), will be travelling to Sophia Antipolis in the south of France to participate in quite a unique event.
Comodo CA has decided to re-establish their brand and forge a new identity as Sectigo.
During the 2018 DigiCert Partner Roundtable, the exclusive event for DigiCert's top partners, SSL247® was awarded as the EMEA Champion for the third time. This not only demonstrates our commitment to our clients and business partners, but also our place as the EMEA’s top SSL consultants, with the most awards and accreditations.
While last weekend was not particularly busy in terms of Infosec news, one thing that stood out was the identification and implementation of a new WPA attack.
The purpose of this blog article is to help you identify how your wireless infrastructure (personal or business) is affected by explaining the differences between existing attacks and this new attack.