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.
Beginning August 1, 2018, all Certification Authorities (CAs) will be required to modify domain ownership validation methods in order to comply with Ballot 218 and baseline requirements of the CA/Browser Forum (CA/B Forum).
Google is taking the next step in keeping Chrome users safe by marking all HTTP pages as not secure from the release of Chrome 68 in July 2018.
Are you SSL-ready or will your potential and existing customers be told that your website is not secure?
Thank you for visiting us at Infosecurity Europe last week!
We were glad to meet you and discuss your business needs and showcase our wide range of security products and services.
Meet us at Infosecurity, Europe’s biggest exhibition on information security, from the 5th to 7th of June in London!
DigiCert recently announced that they are updating the Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) infrastructure for Symantec MPKI 8.
During a webinar that took place last week, Loïc Castel, the head of our Penetration Testing unit, explained the fundamentals of social engineering.
Your certs issued before June 1st 2016 may be impacted due to a loss in trust between Google and DigiCert Symantec
SSL247® would like to update you on a proposal from Google that could affect your SSL certificate(s) issued before June 1st 2016 by Symantec, GeoTrust, Thawte or RapidSSL.
The 10th International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC 2018) was a big success for SSL247!
A big thank you to Comodo for sponsoring our Christmas Party at the Gunmakers located in the heart of London, Clerkenwell.
SSL247® has achieved ISO 9001:2015 accreditation, demonstrating our commitment to customer service and quality in delivery of our products, services and support, and renewed our ISO 27001:2013 accreditation, confirming our strong position on keeping our data and your data, as well as our staff and premises, secure.
On October 16, 2017, Mathy Vanhoef, a security researcher published the discovery of at least 10 breaches affecting the WPA and WPA2 protocols, commonly known as KRACK (Key Reinstallation Attack).
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.
During this year’s Symantec Platinum Partner Roundtable, the annual event held for Symantec’s top EMEA partners, SSL247® was once again awarded the EMEA Symantec Champion for 2017.
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.
SSl247® are pleased to announce the opening of our new office in Farringdon!
From September 8, 2017, Certificate Authority Authorisation (CAA) checking and processing will be mandatory for all Certificate Authorities (CAs).
In the last two weeks, we’ve seen announcements from Google Chrome, as well as DigiCert and Symantec, that may affect you as user of Symantec, GeoTrust, Thawte or RapidSSL certificates, over the next few months.
Google submitted a proposal stating that in August 2017, Google’s Chrome browser (version 62) will gradually begin mistrusting SSL certificates issued before June 1, 2016 by Symantec, GeoTrust, Thawte and RapidSSL.