Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS), its successor, are cryptographic protocols which provide secure communications on the Internet for such things as e-mail, Internet faxing, and other data transfers. There are slight differences between SSL 3.0 and TLS 1.0, but the protocol remains substantially the same.
Analytics can be a powerful tool, so now is a great time to learn more about web metrics. Use this guide to understand the basics of what web analytics are and why they’re important, what metrics you should track, and how you can use this information to optimize your site and encourage customers to visit often and buy more
In this guide, you'll learn about what goes into creating your own do-it-yourself (DIY) e-commerce web site, from picking the right tools and services you’ll need to create your web pages, to selecting the best hosting provider and payment solution to fit your business, to figuring out the best security for your site.
There is no question that security attacks targeting your organization will continue to grow and evolve. The question is, how can you respond to malware and other risks without unnecessarily constraining your workforce? How can you get beyond the fear and anxiety that leads to excessive prohibition, prevention, blocking, and excluding – so that you can use security technology to both protect and empower people?
The answer is with a multi-layered defense – one that uses advanced security technologies and sophisticated operational practices in combination to cover the full spectrum of threat vectors. This solution brief explores the growing importance of multi-layered defense in today’s fast-changing web environment, and key considerations in implementing an effective multi-layered defense strategy.
Cloud computing is rapidly transforming the IT landscape and the conversation around adopting cloud technology has progressed from “if” to “when”. Although cloud services offer enormous economic benefits, they also pose significant potential risks for enterprises that must safeguard corporate information assets while also complying with industry and government regulations. Download this paper to better understand where and when to use cloud solutions and the ways in which SSL can help you conduct business in the cloud with confidence.
Download this white paper, to learn how you can reduce the risk of hackers finding your site and attacking it by using automated vulnerability assessments to identify exploitable weaknesses and take corrective action.
This paper examines how recent trends in Internet trust marks can help restore confidence in online shopping, and as concluded by at least one recent study, even induce those who do shop to spend more.
Symantec Extended Validation (EV) SSL Certificates can be a key factor in helping increase customer confidence during online business transactions. More confidence can mean more conversions for customers with EV SSL certificates.
These days securing access to cloud applications is critical, yet the current approach relying on single passwords leaves businesses susceptible to compromise. Read this whitepaper to find out more how to secure your cloud based applications using Okta's MFA solution.
The agility, scalability, security and cost benefits of cloud security and security-as-a-service offerings are being realized for enterprises large and small. This whitepaper outlines seven key reasons why you should consider a cloud-delivered security solution.
Read this guide to learn about typical situations where multiple domain certificates are the ideal solution, how multiple domain certificates work, and how to select the right multi-domain certificate for your needs.
"The Shortcut Guide to Business Security Measures Using SSL" examines current information security threats to business and describes techniques for developing a security management strategy that leverages established best practices.
Gaining the trust of online customers is vital for the success of any company that transfers sensitive data over the Web. When shopping online, consumers are concerned about identity theft and are therefore wary of providing untrusted sources with their personal information, especially their credit card details. Other types of online businesses require different but equally sensitive information. People are reluctant to provide their national insurance numbers, passwords, or other confidential personal information, or sometimes even just name, address, and phone number. Perhaps the information will be intercepted in transit, they fear, or perhaps the destination itself is manned by imposters with ill intent. The result is an abandoned transaction.