DigiCert

Displaying 1-5 of 5 results

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Protecting the Security of Education Records

    Academic and administrative computing systems used to be more isolated - either intentionally for security reasons or as a result of limited interconnectivity with other computers - but today it seems that nearly any information that an administrator, teacher, student or parent might need can be obtained through a network...

    Provided By DigiCert

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Phishing: A Primer on What Phishing Is and How It Works.

    Phishing is just one of the many ways that the Internet can be used to get people to unknowingly provide their personal financial information to fraudsters. A phishing attack is most often initiated with a special type of spam (unsolicited email) containing a link to a misleading domain name, which...

    Provided By DigiCert

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Phishing: A Primer on What Phishing Is and How It Works

    Phishing is just one of the many ways that the Internet can be used to get people to unknowingly provide their personal financial information to fraudsters. A phishing attack is most often initiated with a special type of spam (unsolicited email) containing a link to a misleading domain name, which...

    Provided By DigiCert

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Encryption for PCI Compliance

    In December 2004, several credit card companies (American Express, Discover, Japan Credit Bureau, MasterCard and Visa)- members of the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council-released the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard or PCI-DSS. This white paper demonstrates how DigiCert's cost-effective SSL certificate solutions meet the organization's PCI encryption needs.

    Provided By DigiCert

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Encryption for PCI Compliance: DigiCert's Solution for End-to-End Encryption

    Failure to encrypt credit card data can result in fines and civil damages in the millions of dollars. Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) and applicable laws require the encryption of cardholder data through the use of SSL/TLS certificates. Such certificates must be issued by a trusted provider. DigiCert...

    Provided By DigiCert

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Encryption for PCI Compliance

    In December 2004, several credit card companies (American Express, Discover, Japan Credit Bureau, MasterCard and Visa)- members of the Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council-released the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard or PCI-DSS. This white paper demonstrates how DigiCert's cost-effective SSL certificate solutions meet the organization's PCI encryption needs.

    Provided By DigiCert

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Phishing: A Primer on What Phishing Is and How It Works.

    Phishing is just one of the many ways that the Internet can be used to get people to unknowingly provide their personal financial information to fraudsters. A phishing attack is most often initiated with a special type of spam (unsolicited email) containing a link to a misleading domain name, which...

    Provided By DigiCert

  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Encryption for PCI Compliance: DigiCert's Solution for End-to-End Encryption

    Failure to encrypt credit card data can result in fines and civil damages in the millions of dollars. Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI-DSS) and applicable laws require the encryption of cardholder data through the use of SSL/TLS certificates. Such certificates must be issued by a trusted provider. DigiCert...

    Provided By DigiCert

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Phishing: A Primer on What Phishing Is and How It Works

    Phishing is just one of the many ways that the Internet can be used to get people to unknowingly provide their personal financial information to fraudsters. A phishing attack is most often initiated with a special type of spam (unsolicited email) containing a link to a misleading domain name, which...

    Provided By DigiCert

  • White Papers // Oct 2009

    Protecting the Security of Education Records

    Academic and administrative computing systems used to be more isolated - either intentionally for security reasons or as a result of limited interconnectivity with other computers - but today it seems that nearly any information that an administrator, teacher, student or parent might need can be obtained through a network...

    Provided By DigiCert