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Entrust Datacard’s robust and adaptive portfolio of high assurance TLS/SSL certificates praised in new Frost & Sullivan report

This feature rich module now offers varnish printing for increased durability, additional security features and texture to support world class government and financial card programs

Among US employees working from home, 42% say they write passwords down and only 12% report potential phishing emails, exposing them to cybersecurity risks, per an Entrust Datacard survey on World Password Day



Every year, Entrust Datacard gathers its global partner network to highlight innovation, share learnings, and celebrate customer success. Given the complexity of the security and identity business, from secure transactions to encryption, this business is a team sport. Our partners play an integral role on our team by delivering a trusted identity to customers. In short, our partners are critical to our success. This year, amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, our annual gathering became t...

Those working in the trenches of TLS/SSL technology have first-hand experience with the rapid-fire pace of policy changes meant to create a more secure internet and protect user data. What was once a set-it-and-forget technology, TLS/SSL now involves more touch points to manage the new requirements. Some of those requirements impact all domain owners worldwide while others are industry or region specific. According to the recently published Frost & Sullivan TLS/SSL Market Report, "Some of t...

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