EFAIL vulnerability and ZixEncrypt

This week, European security researchers released a warning that describes how PGP and S/MIME vulnerabilities, dubbed "EFAIL", can give attackers access to plaintext versions of encrypted emails.

6 Common threats to your e-signed documents

Ensure your e-signatures survive court scrutiny!

LAWtrust partners nominated for prestigious award

LAWtrust is pleased to announce that our partners, Thales e-Security and Zix Corp, have been nominated as finalist in the SC Magazine 2018 Awards.

Secure your online presence with LAWtrust

Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificates offer the highest level of assurance for Web security, providing end-users with a green address bar to emphasize trust. Entrust EV Multi-domain SSL Certificate are supported by the most complete validation processes available. Our offerings can help your organization pave the road to a better and more secure online presence.

SSL, TLS - what's the difference?

Keeping track of the latest security standards and ensuring you are secure from threats online is one thing, getting your head around the various acronyms is another. You know you need to secure your website, but what is it that makes the lock appear and the address bar turn green in website browsers… HTTPS… SSL or TLS.

Don’t let ransomware make you WannaCry

The WannaCry ransomware attack underlines that encryption is an essential layer of modern online security, says LAWtrust solutions director Maeson Maherry.

Protecting personal identity: the heart of cyber-security

Protecting personal identity is at the heart of all internet security, says South Africa’s LAWtrust, a specialist online security provider. To find out why, and how this affects you and your business, pop by the LAWtrust stand at this year’s ITWeb Security Summit, at Vodaworld on 17 May

Let’s encrypt, but let’s do it with identification

Let’s Encrypt, a “free, automated and open certificate authority”, recently announced that it had issued more than 20 000 000 active certificates by the end of 2016. Many web professionals have embraced Let’s Encrypt technology because it is free and offers automated tools to renew the certificate every 90 days.