WISeKey patches broken trust with Trusted SSL by offering one free Trusted SSL certificate to any organization affected by Heartbleed
Geneva, Switzerland 10 April 2014 – Swiss CyberSecurity Company WISeKey helps organizations patch their trust along with their OpenSSL libraries and protect against Heartbleed.
Are you one of the millions of customers whose servers are affected by the recently disclosed Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability? If so apply OISTE/WISeKey Trusted SSL certificate to patch your trust along with your vulnerability. WISeKey offers globally trusted SSL certificates with the highest assurance and warranties, at a really competitive price.
Since its inception in 1999, WISeKey, an e-security solutions expert is recognized as a role model for innovative cyber security technology and its efforts to protect infrastructures, objects, individuals, enterprises and governments on the Internet. Consumers, enterprises and governments will be able to subscribe for personal identity and date protection for use directly on their mobile devices through new versions of the company’s proprietary systems such as CertifyID (SSL certificates), WISeID and WISePhone.
Applying a new OISTE/WISeKey SSL certificate after patching your OpenSSL libraries will protect you against any attacks that may have compromised your trusted status.
All current Web servers and web browsers operational on the Internet rely on the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol to help users protect their data during transfer of this data computer to computer by creating an encrypted channel for private communications over the public Internet.
Heartbleed vulnerability, a critical flaw discovered in several versions of OpenSSL, an open-source encryption technology that is used by an estimated two-thirds of Web servers is causing serious heartache across the Internet. OpenSSL is the dominant crypto engine behind many HTTPS sites that collect personal or financial information. These sites are typically indicated by a lock icon in the browser to let site visitors know the information they’re sending online is hidden from prying eyes.
Cybercriminals could have exploited this bug, which has been known for around 2 years but undisclosed until now, to access visitors’ personal data as well as a site’s cryptographic keys, which can be used to impersonate that site and collect even more information.
As part of it corporate philosophy and stewardship, and on behalf of OISTE; the non-profit whose objective is to secure the global Internet; WISeKey is offering 1 free Trusted SSL certificate to any organization affected by Heartbleed.
WISeKey (http://www.wisekey.com) is one of the fastest growing eSecurity companies in the world, being a leading Swiss information security and identity management software and services company established in 1999 and headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland. WISeKey’s mission is to facilitate the global growth of secure electronic transactions by providing businesses, governments and individuals with advanced technology and services that authenticate the identity of communicators, signatures, and objects during Internet transactions.
Founded in 1998 in Geneva, Switzerland, OISTE was created with the objectives of promoting the use and adoption of international standards to secure electronic transactions, expand the use of digital certification and ensure the interoperability of certification authorities’ e-transaction systems. The OISTE Foundation is a not for profit organization based in Geneva, Switzerland, regulated by article 80 et seq. of the Swiss Civil Code. The OISTE foundation has proprietary rights upon a Root Cryptographic Key that allows robust digital certification of persons and objects.
WISeKey is a Global Growth Company Partner of the World Economic Forum:
Download your new Trust SSL from: https://reseller.certifyid.com/
Recent Heartbleed security threat: http://edition.cnn.com/2014/04/08/tech/web/heartbleed-openssl/
Press contacts: WISeKey, Satu Kulmala, Tel +41 22 594 3005, firstname.lastname@example.org