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Browsers, Certificates and Trust: What's Changing and What You Need to Know

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Certificates are a key part of the digital transaction value chain, and a key way both to secure transactions, and to establish trust.

But all browser providers are end of life-ing a set of certificates used to encrypt transactions between consumers and websites. Google, for example, has advised that Chrome will gradually sunset SHA-1 cryptography, which is used in the signing process of SSL certificates, so businesses supporting Chrome will need to upgrade.

Join us on this webinar to:

  • learn about the background of SHA-1 certificates going end of life;
  • understand the potential impact on business, including the potential negative effects on consumer trust and their willingness to complete transactions;
  • understand how to prepare for a move to SHA-2, including key dates and possible technical challenges;
  • learn how to manage any potential disruption and compliance issues, and how to manage the transition to new certificates


Dr. Jan Camenisch

Dr. Jan Camenisch Cryptographer & Co-inventor of Identity Mixer, IBM MaaS360

    Bruce  Morton

    Bruce Morton Director, Entrust

      Ken Munro

      Partner, Pen Test Partners

      Stephen Pritchard

      Moderator, Infosecurity Magazine

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