With revenues of 1.2 billion USD, LogMeIn is among the top 10 SaaS (Software as a Service) companies. One product of this company is the password manager “LastPass”. We mentioned the reasons why the use of a password manager makes sense in an older article. But now LogMeIn is publishing more IT security tips for better password management. [Read more…] about IT Security Tips from a Leading SaaS (Software as a Service) Company
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In cooperation with DIHK, VOICE, BKA, Initiative Wirtschaftsschutz, NIFIS, Charter of Trust and eco the Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) is developing an IT emergency package for small and medium-sized enterprises. [Read more…] about IT Emergency Package for Small and Medium Enterprises
SSL and TLS protocols are the most commonly used protocols on the Internet – and it is thanks to them that we can surf the Internet safely. They are also the ones who turn the “http” in our address bar into “https“. After we dealt with the basics of TLS and SSL in the first part of this series, we want to focus on TLS certificates in this part.
Emotet pulls inbound and outbound email traffic and has been on the road for some time. This year there have been more and more cases where Emotet has managed to spread across various networks.
After a summer break the number of reports about attacks is increasing – and the most recent victim is the Berlin Supreme Court. [Read more…] about Emotet is back from the summer break – protect yourself now!
Even if at least they know it, SSL and especially TLS are the protocols we use most often on the Internet. SSL and its successor TLS are protocols which are used to encrypt our surfing on the Internet. They are also the ones that turn the “http” in our address bar into “https“. In the following we want to talk about the basics of SSL and TLS. [Read more…] about The History of SSL/TLS: Part 1 – Basics of SSL and TLS