Encryption

Enhancing Website Security with Algorithm Agility

Provided by Symantec Corporation

Category Encryption

Type White Paper

Length 8

Publish Date January 14 2013

Date posted October 05 2013

Overview

This paper examines algorithm agility, how it fits into the current and evolving security landscape, and how your business can enhance online security through a more flexible, scalable approach to SSL certification. Certificates have traditionally relied on encryption using public and private keys based on the RSA algorithm. While these keys remain secure with the upcoming move to 2048-bit key lengths, organizations are looking for new ways satisfy requirements without greatly increasing overhead. Algorithm agility provides a solution and describes methods for companies to improve their bandwidth, memory usage at no cost, no risk, providing 100% coverage for end users.

Download Enhancing Website Security with Algorithm Agility for a review of currently available algorithms and a discussion of how to choose the right certificate types for your business and website needs.

 

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