75% of CIOs worry about security risks associated with the use of SSL/TLS keys and certificates.

Three in four chief information officers admit being concerned about using machine identities. In addition, around two-thirds of respondents (65%) are concerned with the use of expired or compromised SSL certificates.

Machine identities identify and authenticate businesses in the online world. Yet, many CIOs are reluctant to rely on SSL/TLS entirely.

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Crunch time for EU web authentication plan as Mozilla launches campaign to protect status quo

Mozilla’s message to MEPs appears to be gaining traction, says senior public policy manager at the non-profit

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NIST Announces First Four Quantum-Resistant Cryptographic Algorithms

Federal agency reveals the first group of winners from its six-year competition.

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Two zeros bypass Java’s ECDSA signature check

A security vulnerability in Java’s ECDSA implementation allows creating a signature that would always be evaluated as valid. Neil Madden, who discovered the flaw, called it a psychic signature.

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