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  • Whitepaper: Securing Multiple Domains with SSL

    23.05.2014

    As the backbone of web security, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) technology is a must for securing sensitive data passing over the Internet -- whether that's e-commerce traffic, remote access to internal servers, or other secure communications.

  • Researchers find, analyze forged SSL certs in the wild

    13.05.2014

    A group of researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Facebook has managed to get a concrete sense of just how prevalent SSL man-in-the-middle attacks using forged SSL certificates are in the wild.

  • The Heartbleed effect

    06.05.2014

    In this podcast, recorded at Infosecurity Europe 2014, Ivan Ristic, Director of Engineering at Qualys, talks about the Heartbleed bug and its impact on the security industry.

  • NIST updates Transport Layer Security (TLS) guidelines

    05.05.2014

    The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released an update to a document that helps computer administrators maintain the security of information traveling across their networks.

  • OpenBSD team forks OpenSSL to create safer SSL/TLS library

    22.04.2014

    For all the talk about how something should be done to fix OpenSSL so that a Heartbleed situation is never again repeated, there has been little to no concrete action so far.




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The role of the cloud in the modern security architecture

Posted on 31 July 2014.  |  Stephen Pao, General Manager, Security Business at Barracuda Networks, offers advice to CISOs concerned about moving the secure storage of their documents into the cloud and discusses how the cloud shaping the modern security architecture.


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