Chrome will begin removing trust in Symantec SSL Certificates as early as April 2018. By October 2018, Chrome will fully distrust Symantec.
Changes are coming to Chrome in January. “secure by default” browsing. HTTP vs HTTPS. insecure to the user.
Some changes are being made to online security standards to fix a worldwide security hole. If you're running an ecommerce store, your customers' browsers may be making you vulnerable.
Anyone who runs an eCommerce business should always have security as a priority. Here are four different tools to help keep your company more secure.
With major ecommerce security breaches like the Heartbleed bug and massive Target hack, companies risk their reputations and customers' data when they don't take security seriously.
Protecting your company from the Heartbleed Bug is important, but there are larger security issues you should address to prevent future security breaches.
Worried about the security of your eCommerce site? Check out these 6 tips to make your website safer.
Do you know which part of a TLS/SSL request is encrypted? Find out in this blog post.