‘SSL’ Videos

  • Chris Wiegman: Encrypt All The Things - Practical Encryption from SSL to Email and Beyond

    Chris Wiegman: Encrypt All The Things – Practical Encryption from SSL to Email and Beyond

    WordCamp London 2017Speaker: Chris Wiegman

    June 2, 2017 — Chris is a developer for UF Health at the University of Florida who has been working on WordPress since 2008. Over the years Chris built one of the largest security plugins on WordPress.org as well as numerous other plugins, themes and other solutions.
    His talk was on practical encryption that covers the basics of what encryption is, what it does and how it can be used in some of our every day communications.

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  • Nancy Thanki: Let’s Encrypt! Wait. How? Why?

    Nancy Thanki: Let’s Encrypt! Wait. How? Why?

    WordCamp Pune 2017Speaker: Nancy Thanki

    May 7, 2017 — On December 3rd, 2015 a service called Let’s Encrypt entered its public beta. Backed by several major sponsors, the service caught on quickly. As of summer 2016, more than 5 million SSL certificates had been issued by Let’s Encrypt, nearly four million of which were active and unexpired.

    If you are not familiar, Let’s Encrypt is a free, automated, open certificate authority that allows users to encrypt the data flowing to and from their websites easily and for free. The goal of Let’s Encrypt is to make data transfer over the internet secure by default. Towards that end, they have invested a considerable amount of time and energy in making it easy for users of all stripes to secure the data flowing in and out of their websites.

    You may have already considered encrypting your website before — perhaps to perform better in search engines, or to gain the ability to accept payments on your website. Regardless of whether you’ve considered enabling SSL on your website or not, the goal of this talk is to demonstrate why encryption on your website matters. We will look at some practical examples and live demos of what data can be stolen from your website, even if you are using an encrypted wifi connection. Likewise, we’ll talk about how encryption of all websites — whether they’re dealing with sensitive information or not — makes the web a safer place for all of us.

    Last, of course, we will look at how you can get started with Let’s Encrypt on your website. We’ll review the options available to you on common hosting providers, as well as walk through the steps for how you can set this up for yourself, if you have administrative access to your server.

    If you already have Let’s Encrypt enabled on your site, this talk may be basic for you (although we’ll do a few cool demos that make for great party tricks, so feel free to stop by).

    If you’ve never accessed your hosting provider’s website admin area (CPanel, Plesk, etc), this talk might be a bit hard for you to follow (although you should totally come and ask questions both during the presentation and after).

    If you have a website and you’ve thought about enabling SSL on it but you just haven’t gotten around to it yet, this talk will be perfect for you. By the end of this presentation, you should not only know how to enable encryption on your website, but you will understand why it’s so important that you do.

    It sounds like an intimidating topic, but we can do this. Come on and let’s encrypt!

  • Jan Teriete: SSL Umstieg

    Jan Teriete: SSL Umstieg

    WordPress Meetup FrankenSpeaker: Jan Teriete

    October 20, 2016 — Jan referiert über “SSL-Umstieg einer bestehenden WordPress-Seite am Beispiel von Let’s Encrypt bei all-inkl.”

  • Erick Hitter: Getting Started with SSL

    Erick Hitter: Getting Started with SSL

    WordCamp San Diego 2016Speaker: Erick Hitter

    May 12, 2016 — Revelations like Edward Snowden’s about NSA spying, and Google’s announcement that it will begin considering a site’s HTTPS status in its rankings, led to a lot of talk about moving websites to secure connections. Similarly, the rise in ecommerce, and the simplicity with which one can accept payments online, has increased the need for sites to be available securely. With so much terminology that’s likely new, often very similar, and rarely more than a stream of initialisms, this entire discussion can be very intimidating. I’ll clarify basic terminology, offer some reasons why it’s worthwhile to secure a site whenever possible, and share several solutions to cover everything from simple to enterprise needs.

    While securing a site can be intimidating at first, the recent introduction of Let’s Encrypt (https://letsencrypt.org/) significantly simplifies the process for most sites. Many hosts have introduced support for this service, which I’ll discuss before delving into options for sites and circumstances that aren’t suited to Let’s Encrypt.

  • Alice Gallerani: Come scegliere un hosting per WordPress – Le regole d’oro

    Alice Gallerani: Come scegliere un hosting per WordPress – Le regole d’oro

    WordCamp Torino 2016Speaker: Alice Gallerani

    April 7, 2016 — Prima ancora di iniziare a sviluppare un sito in WordPress bisogna scegliere il miglior hosting che ospiterà questo sito web. Può sembrare una scelta casuale o collegata per lo più al prezzo del servizio, ma scegliere un hosting per WordPress può non essere così semplice. Affronteremo temi importanti da tenere in considerazione nella scelta del proprio fornitore di servizi web, con un occhio verso il futuro e le nuove tecnologie come i dischi allo stato solido (SSD) per garantire performance migliori al proprio sito WordPress, i Certificati SSL inclusi che sono considerati un must per tutti i siti internet esistenti e la configurazione PHP ottimizzata che garantisce la massima compatibilità tra l’hosting e il vostro sito in WordPress.

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