Latest Extended Validation Certificate Stories
As consumers wrestle with Internet security concerns in the face of recent high-profile account break-ins, more online businesses than ever are shielding their customers from e-criminals with identity protection services from VeriSign, Inc.
Net Finance East, Booth #41 -- As today's market conditions grow in uncertainty each day, customers of Michigan-based Flagstar Bank can be certain they are logging on to a legitimate Flagstar Bank site, thanks to advanced security and validation solutions from VeriSign, Inc.
Dynamic Network Services Inc. (Dyn Inc.) today announced the availability of SSL Certificates 2.0 through its DynDNS Service.
Shop.org Conference, Booth #212 -- Facing online security threats, abandoned transactions and the emerging influence of social networks, businesses looking to boost confidence and trust among consumers now have a new solution that helps them protect users while offering a way to monitor and improve their reputations.
Napera Networks (www.napera.com) and GlobalSign (www.globalsign.com)are partnering to integrate GlobalSign's proven certificate technology in Napera's network access control solutions designed for the small and medium enterprise, the companies today announced.
Seven of every 10 people in the world don't speak English, but that isn't keeping them from using the Internet.
For the first time, more than half of the world's Internet users can wield a powerful weapon against e-criminals determined to steal sensitive personal information, thanks to growing global support for advanced security protections from VeriSign, Inc.
Around the world, online businesses are reporting measurable -- and substantial -- bottom-line benefits resulting from their deployment of Extended Validation (EV) Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) Certificates from VeriSign, Inc.
FreeCRM.com, the world's largest on-demand provider of SaaS CRM services with over 85,000 customers, today announced it is enhancing its offerings -- and protecting its customers -- by implementing advanced technologies designed to verify the authenticity of its Web pages.
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