Sectigo announces automation of AWS and Google Cloud platform certificates
Sectigo, a global specialist in digital certificates and automated Certificate Lifecycle Management (CLM), has announced the latest expansion to its CLM ecosystem, via Sectigo Certificate Manager (SCM).
Sectigo announces 4 leaders named to CRN’s Women of the Channel Power 100 list
Sectigo has announced that CRN, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Jennifer Binet, SVP of Enterprise Sales at Sectigo, to its Women of the Channel Power 100 list for 2022.
Sectigo named a 'Top 25 Cybersecurity Company of 2021'
Sectigo, a global provider of digital certificates and automated Certificate Lifecycle Management (CLM), announced it has been named as one of the Top 25 Cybersecurity Companies of 2021 by The Software Report.
Half of SMBs have experienced a website breach
Preventing website attacks isn’t always top of mind for small-to-medium-sized businesses (SMBs), despite the critical role security plays in their success. A new study by Sectigo, the ‘State of Website Security and Threat Report’, has revealed that 20% of SMBs have experienced a website breach in the past year alone, even though nearly three-fourths believe their companies are mitigating risks effectively.
What you need to know about emerging IoT security regulations
This month, Sectigo executives will present the trends driving the IoT cyber security Improvement Act of 2020 and other recent and emerging IoT cyber security legislations and industry standards.
IoT Security & Identity Management speeds integration
Sectigo has released multiple advancements to the company’s IoT Security & Identity Management Platform, making integration and management of secured connected devices even easier for OEMs and enterprises. The innovations include a PKI Client software development kit (SDK) for Sectigo IoT Manager and Secure Boot SDK, which eases development efforts and reduces time to market for manufacturers across industries.
Partnership helps manufacturers protect endpoint devices
Sectigo and Green Hills Software have announced a partnership for a global reseller agreement to help manufacturers protect endpoint devices. The agreement enables Green Hills Software to offer Sectigo's Icon LabsEmbedded Firewall, integrated and optimised for use with Green Hills Software’s INTEGRITY real-time operating system (RTOS) and its embedded high-performance TCP/IP v4/v6 host and router networking stack.
Quantum-Safe Kit to test new quantum-resistant crypto
Sectigo has announced the launch of Sectigo Quantum Labs to help organizations prepare for the time when quantum computers render existing standard encryption algorithms obsolete. As part of the company’s quantum initiative, Sectigo has partnered with ISARA Corporation to provide enterprises with tools for issuing quantum-safe certificates for users, applications, servers, DevOps, code, and more. Sectigo’s Quantum-Safe Toolkit Ce...
Automated factory provisioning of certificates for IoT
Sectigo has announced a partnership with Infineon Technologies to provide automated provisioning of certificates for IoT, specifically for Infineon’s OPTIGA Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 using Sectigo IoT Identity Manager.
Keeping medical devices safe from cyber attacks
In the last few years, hospitals and medical facilities have been successfully targeted by cyber crooks looking to exploit or wreak havoc on the healthcare sector and its patients. Emboldened by the industry’s slow progress in adopting technologies that harden medical devices and data systems, criminals have upped their game. By Alan Grau, VP of IoT/Embedded Solutions, Sectigo
The search for quantum-resistant cryptography
Quantum computing is set to transform the IT industry. This new computing architecture takes advantage of quantum mechanics to deliver capabilities beyond what traditional binary computing can achieve. However, these capabilities come at a cost. Once quantum computers reach a certain state of maturity, they are destined to render the cryptographic underpinnings of today’s digital systems insecure.
Partnership to protect the edge of IoT
Sectigo has announced a secure edge computing technology pact with NetObjex, an Intelligent Automation Platform for tracking, tracing, and monitoring digital assets using AI, Blockchain, and Internet of Things (IoT). The collaboration provides enterprises and manufacturers with a secured, trusted computing infrastructure that extends from IoT edge devices to the cloud and blockchain.
Anatomy of a ransomware attack
There have been a few real-world cases where white-hat hackers and researchers have been able – in limited, controlled instances – to actually penetrate a car’s electronics and communications systems, take over the car’s steering and acceleration systems, and potentially do real damage. By Alan Grau, VP of IoT, Embedded Systems, Sectigo
Return of the IoT Botnet: exposing the soft underbelly of IoT devices
Like the Fast and Furious movies, IoT botnets and cyber attacks just keep coming. The most recent attack, the Silex botnet, is particularly nasty. It doesn’t use devices to create DDoS attacks or attempt to steal personal data. As ZDNet explained in its June article about the attack, the new malware simply deletes the software from the device rendering it useless, or 'bricking' the device. By Alan Grau, VP of IoT, Embedded System...
Delivering an end-to-end IoT security platform
Commercial Certificate Authority (CA) and a leader in web security solutions, Sectigo (formerly Comodo CA), has announced that it has acquired Icon Labs, a provider of cross-platform security solutions for embedded OEMs and Internet of Things (IoT) device manufacturers.