Get Ahead of the Next Flame Malware: How to Protect Your SSL Certificates from Compromise

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SSL certificates and keys are widely recognized as the foundation of trust in securing data and authentication between systems.  As the foundation of trust, they are targeted by those who seek illegitimate access to exploit your most valuable information. The compromise of MD5 certificates via the Flame malware is a good example of what can happen when SSL certificate management isn’t addressed. 

This webinar will cover key attacks and vulnerabilities against these all-important SSL certificates and keys, the consequences of ineffective or incomplete certificate management, as well as best practices for comprehensive certificate management.


Derek Brink

Vice President, Research Fellow, Aberdeen Group

    Jeff Hudson

    Jeff Hudson CEO, Venafi

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