In the run-up to the postponed Euro 2020 football championships, CSC analyzed historical registration trends in domains containing the terms “euro2020” or “euro2021.”
Domain name abuse is one of the most dangerous and under-regulated issues in digital business security today. Many of the largest companies in the world still lack basic domain security protocols, making them prime targets for bad actors.
Managing a company’s digital assets, administrators must keep their eyes on who has access to important resources like domains, domain name servers, and digital certificates—and with which vendors.
Domains play an important role in representing businesses and brands online. That’s especially true for Averis—a world-class provider of global business services, including business support through back-office operations, consultancy and management decision support solutions, as well as information technology, human resources, finance and accounting, and shipping documentation services.
Domain names, domain name systems (DNS), and digital certificates are fundamental components of the most important applications that enable your company to conduct business—including your website, email, voice over IP, and more.
Digital certificate management is complex and carries great risks, which is why getting ahead of this transition is essential, and planning needs to start now.
CSC has helped Fletcher Building stay up to date and work through any urgent escalations. Any expiration of a digital certificate could severely impact one of its many applications.
On January 1, 2021, the United Kingdom officially ended the transition period and is no longer subject to European Union rules.
The Australian domain registry, auDA, has now confirmed their new licensing rules will go into effect on April 12, 2021. The registry has been working on this change for quite some time in preparation for the anticipated launch of their top-level domain (TLD), .AU.
With the COVID-19 pandemic persisting, online shopping will be the preferred method for the 2020 holiday shopping season. While staying home to shop is the safest option right now, it means consumers are more vulnerable to online fraud, counterfeits, and cyber crime.