Google secures its users and has recently switched more services to https://. After Gmail and Picasa Web Albums, encrypted connections will work on YouTube.
YouTube already encrypt sensitive data during the account login process. Now the service will expand the SSL encryption across other aspects. The first place users will see the https:// protocol is various embed codes.
Internet giants popularize the encryption around the information traveling between computer and a web server to show that they are aware of the hackers. The most popular services install the SSL certificates to secure its users' sensitive data. About month ago, Facebook switched its service to https:// protocol too.
Sectigo, formerly known as Comodo CA, is entering the next phase of its transition: it’s replacing Comodo CA roots with USERTrust roots on January 14, 2019. Why it happens and what it will mean to Sectigo customers?
According to previous announcements, a year after the acquisition of Comodo Group by Francisco Partners, on November 1 Comodo CA announced that from now on it is changing its brand to Sectigo [pronounced. sec-tee-go]. The goal of rebranding is consistency in company communication and better dedication to what Comodo is doing now.
The European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA), which is the center of knowledge about cyber security in Europe, organizes as every year in October the European Cyber Security Month. The campaign is starting in a few days. What is its purpose and how can you participate in it?