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SSL

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(Computer Science) Secure Sockets Layer: a way of enabling the secure encrypted transmission of sensitive data via the internet
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These smart technologies also include wireless devices that are directly linked to DHA's electronic health record system "SALAMA", ensuring that patient records are updated in real-time during home visits via a secure web server.
The company's system includes: a touch-enabled interface that runs in a browser on a tablet or laptop in or near the safe deposit vault; customer identity verification than can read a driver's license or ATM card, with optional security PIN entry and photo and signature display; a centralised, secure web server, either on the Bank's network or in its Secure Cloud; and a centralized database that allows bank executives to run reports on safe deposit activity across all of their branches and more efficiently comply with the 7-year recordkeeping requirement.
Founded in 2004, yaSSL offers open-source, embedded security solutions that are fast, small, portable and standards-compliant, including: CyaSSL, the C-language SSL library for embedded and RTOS environments; yaSSL, the embedded C++ SSL library; and yaSSL embedded web server, a fast, embeddable, secure web server. Dual-licensed, yaSSL caters to the security applications in industrial automation, smart energy, surveillance, medical, military, and telecommunications markets as well as the open-source community.
The company's new security offering consists of a comprehensive standard package of security measures including intrusion detection and prevention, firewalling and secure web server. Customers may also choose to add a further level of impenetrable security and data protection.
It covers basic techniques and major vulnerabilities on the internet, issues with JavaScript, XML, JSON, RSS, Atom, REST, and other technologies and how to protect them, and setting up a secure web server. Other discussion is of web services and making web applications more secure, API design and construction, and security issues with mashups.
* CTC's webHMI software that allows users to create graphical HMI projects that can be hosted on the 5300's secure web server.
Features include Ethernet connectivity; a built-in secure web server; time synchronization; data-logging of host messages, field unit commands, and status changes; and email notification of alarm conditions.

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