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Time to Upgrade from SHA-1

Bad TLS

A potential client clicks on a link to your website. They get a warning that your security certificate may not be reliable. What would that do to the …

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How Smart Cars Will Make Roads Safer

According to the United States Department of Transportation's National Center for Statistics and Analysis, 2.4 million vehicle-related injuries occurred …

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How To Get Signatures On Smaller NFC Tags

BlackSeal currently requires NFC tags with about 500 bytes of memory available to be able to fit a URL plus a signature on the tag. But is it possible …

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Cryptography in Transition: Leaving Behind Human Oversight

Cryptography has primarily existed to send secret messages, often political or military, between people. For the political case I'm reminded of the …

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Implicit Certificates in V2V

There has been a lot of news recently about vehicle-to-vehicle or “V2V” technology and how it is being adopted by the U.S. Department of Transportation …

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Implicit Certificates vs. Conventional Certificates

As devices proliferate and become more mobile, managing relationships between them is critical. Devices will move in and out of range of each other and …

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Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Certificates Versus Traditional Certificates

Conceptually there is little difference between traditional certificates and new M2M certificates; both are intended to authenticate identities via a …

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Secure Authentication

In the last few years Machine-to-Machine (M2M) has seen widespread use and can be found in a variety of applications within the Internet of Things …

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Digital Certificates

A digital certificate is an electronic credential used to verify and authenticate the identity of an individual or device. Its primary function is to …

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The TrustPoint Innovation Blog covers security industry topics relating to Certificates, Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC), Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Communication, Near Field Communication (NFC), Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) Communication, and more.

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