The world is going HTTPS. Is your school prepared?
The recent and rapid adoption of HTTPS (hyper text transfer protocol secure) has made Internet use safer. By encrypting data over a secure socket layer (SSL), the communication between a client (e.g., a browser) and the server can’t be intercepted—which protects against eavesdropping, tampering, and man-in-the-middle attacks.
HTTPS was once relegated to banks, online shops, and sites that request financial and other sensitive information. But thanks to the NSA’s ...Continue Reading →