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Tim Callan | 01 Feb 2007 | 0 comments

Northern Rock, a major UK lending firm, has deployed EV SSL Certificates. I believe this posting is the most prominent (although certainly not the first) non-US Extended Validation deployment.

Tim Callan | 31 Jan 2007 | 0 comments

I just blogged my own speech and a few other speeches at the RSA show next week. In addition to those scheduled speeches, here are a couple more scheduled speeches we have on Extended Validation SSL Certificates.

Tim Callan | 29 Jan 2007 | 0 comments

I will be speaking at the RSA conference next week in San Francisco, the topic being Extended Validation SSL Certificates. If you'll be at RSA, please come see me speak, and afterward come up and introduce yourself. Our CEO Stratton Sclavos will be presenting one of the keynotes, and VeriSign advanced technologist and fellow blogger Phillip Hallam-Baker will be presenting potential future directions for secure e-commerce and participating on a panel discussion regarding EV SSL.

Tim Callan - Maximizing Trust on the Web: New Extended Validation SSL Certificates and Internet Explorer
Tuesday, February 6. 1:30 pm....

Tim Callan | 26 Jan 2007 | 0 comments

This week I recorded a podcast with Matt Hines of eWeek. The topic of course is Extended Validation SSL and what it means to your online business.

Tim Callan | 25 Jan 2007 | 0 comments

I'm pleased to announce that PayPal has rolled out Extended Validation SSL Certificates from VeriSign across the first of its pages. You can see them at:

Tim Callan | 23 Jan 2007 | 0 comments

We're seeing many VeriSign Extended Validation SSL Certificates going live on sites. Here are examples from a variety of important industry segments.

Online retail: Stardock
Taxes: KPMG (Spain)
Loans: DebtHelp
Online bill payment: EX Service Solutions
Banking: NIH Federal Credit Union
Travel: New Market Holidays (UK)
Government: Indiana Department of Revenue
Health care:...

Tim Callan | 14 Jan 2007 | 3 comments

Here are a couple sites you can go to to see Extended Validation in action. Note, to see the Extended Validation SSL interface conventions working today, you need a Windows Vista system with Phishing Filter enabled. After EV Upgrader goes live later this month, you'll be able to see EV certificates on a Windows XP system with IE7.

One site where you can see EV SSL at work today is DebtHelp, a debt and loan consolidation site. The other one, as you might guess, is VeriSign's home page. I'll try to post some screen captures for those of you who don't have Vista yet. Those of you who do will notice that the address bar turns green and to the right of the address bar is the new field, the Security Status Bar, which shows the name of the organization and...

Tim Callan | 09 Jan 2007 | 0 comments

I just published this article in Network World on the subject of Extended Validation SSL Certificates. Naturally. This article is a good overview of the latest in EV SSL and where it stands today.

Tim Callan | 07 Jan 2007 | 1 comment

Here's an interesting article on the growth in online spending brought to us by PC World. Not only was 2006 the largest year ever, but we saw new characteristics than ever before. For example Black Monday/Cyber Monday was not the largest spending day of the year. Black Monday is the Monday after Thanksgiving, and for many years it's been the year's largest online shopping day. This year three days in December exceeded Black Monday.

Tim Callan | 05 Jan 2007 | 0 comments

Larry Seltzer of eWeek has these things to say about Extended Validation SSL. In many ways this article is less about the actual Extended Validation SSL Certificates themselves than about the debate surrounding this new certificate type. For example, Larry's opening sentence reads,

"It seems like every time people get together to do something about a security problem, other people get together to whine about it. "