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90-Day Digital Certificate Life Cycles: Get Ahead of the Curve Now

In August 2020, we wrote an article on preparing for the reduction of certificate life cycles from two years to one. Discussions continue, and given the push for shorter certificate terms by the CA/B Forum - in particular the browsers - we predict the move to lower certificate life cycles will continue, and that terms will be reduced to 90 days within the next 24 months. more

Mobile, Social, and Recommerce: The Top eCommerce Trends from 2020

This year has seen rapid growth for eCommerce, with people turning to online shopping more than ever due to lockdowns and quarantine restrictions. Recent studies have shown that the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the shift away from physical stores to digital shopping by roughly five years. more

Thinking Outside the Box – Protecting Non-Music Brands' IP on Digital Music Services

When brands think about registering a trademark, it's natural to consider the classes that match the direct nature of their products and services. A car manufacturer would register under vehicles; an apparel brand would register in clothing, footwear, and headwear – and perhaps jewelry if they offer accessories. more

Marketing Domains in the Times of COVID-19

As a marketer, if I could describe 2020 in two words; it would be unpredictable and volatile. While resilience is one of the crucial skills to master in marketing, it is truly being tested in 2020. At the same time, it's obvious that a business's ability to adapt quickly will determine how it will emerge on the other side of this unfortunate situation. more

New MailYourBallot.vote Site Supports Vote-By-Mail Amid COVID Concerns

Monolith Registry, the registry operator for the dotVOTE web address today announces the launch of MailYourBallot.vote, a fast, easy to use central location to find the latest information about how to vote by mail in YOUR state. more

2 Ways Content Filtering With Website Contacts and Categorization Can Help Businesses

The business world has seemingly divided views on content filtering. Some say that the tactic is too restrictive, while others opine that it can help in a lot of ways. Building on the latter perspective, in an age when the Internet has become a breeding ground for almost anything. more

How Domain Reputation API Can Help Detect HTTPS-Protected Phishing Sites

Over the past five years, the Internet has seen the mass migration of websites from HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to its extension, HTTP Secure (HTTPS). HTTPS is a communication protocol that encrypts the data exchanged between sites and user agents. more

Do IP Geolocation Data Improve User Access Management (UAM)?

Some organizations have specific policies that limit employee access to information. However, not all have sophisticated security solutions in place to protect against unauthorized access, especially amid cyber attacks that occur left and right. more

Why Companies Should Strive to Stay on Google's Good Side

Imagine that your registrar informs you the domain you've been eyeing would soon become available for purchase. That's good news. However, your security adviser told you to make sure a domain is threat-free before you buy it. more

NS1 Raises $33M for Its Application Traffic Management Solutions

The round was led by Dell Technologies Capital, with participation from Cisco Investments and existing investors Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners, Entrée Capital, Flybridge Capital Partners, GGV Capital, Mango Capital, Salesforce Ventures, Sigma Prime Ventures, Telstra Ventures, and Two Sigma Ventures. more