Back End News | May 5, 2021 – HTTPS protects data in transit, but it doesn’t mean a site is secure.
Phishing sites can use HTTPS to indicate secure transmission. Your company can bolster security by educating employees about the fact that HTTPS sites aren’t always trustworthy. Moreover, a multi-layered security approach can limit damage from phishing attacks.
For the complete article, see Why HTTPS isn’t as secure as it seems — and what that means for your company.