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Announcement AET Security Topics

April 09, 2021

Because we believe in sharing information for the greater good with the PKI community, we started AET Security Topics.

On a regular basis, we will share videos on our socials, about the topics that matter. For example, Quantum Computing, Digital Signatures, Security Enclaves and so on. Technical topics explained easily, by our experts including Phil Zimmermann.

Phil Zimmermann creates ‘AET Security Topics’

April 08, 2021

Phil Zimmermann, Distinguished Engineer at Advanced Encryption Technology (AET) Europe B.V., recently created AET Security Topics, an initiative to share AET’s and Phil’s knowledge on exciting high-tech security topics.

Philip R. Zimmermann is the creator of Pretty Good Privacy (PGP), is one of the Top 50 Tech Visionaries of the last 50 years (PC World) and is inducted into the Internet’s Society’s Internet Hall of Fame.

What is quantum computing and how will it affect your organisation?

January 15, 2021

During this time of digital transformation, new innovations are appearing at lightning speed. For years, we’ve seen improvements in computers with manufacturers aiming for everything to be faster and faster. Now, they’re deeply engaged in a race to make quantum computers widely available. These quantum computers will outstrip the performance of existing supercomputers, but also introduce threats to people and businesses.

A world without passwords – is it closer than we think?

October 09, 2020

What can we do to make the use of passwords more secure? In recent years, increasingly more efforts have been made to use two-factor or even multifactor authentication, which was introduced to overcome security problems relating to passwords. Both methods ensure a person’s identity is verified not only by something …
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How to manage your TLS certificates under Google’s new rules?

August 10, 2020

From September 1st 2020, major web browsers will block TLS certificates that have a validity period of longer than 398 days (approximately 13 months). If you use TLS certificates on your website(s), as most organisations do, this could have a significant impact for you. Managing them will become much more …
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