With the transition to SHA-2 rapidly approaching (January 2017) if you have not already begun the migration process for your website or are having difficulties locating all of the certificates that need migrating; the following article that I wish to provide a respectful shout out to may be of assistance. The article includes advice on making the best use of the remaining time:
SHA-1 Time Bomb: One Third of Websites Have Yet to Upgrade by Phill Muncaster (Infosecurity Magazine)
This issue is also of note since Google (like the other browser vendors is moving away from SHA-1) will remove support for SHA-1 in Chrome version 56. Further details are provided in their blog post. The source of the statistics for the Infosecurity Magazine article was this blog post from Venafi, an organisation that provides cryptography related solutions and services to enterprises.
With the DDoS attack (defined) against the DNS service Dyn last month attributed to Internet of Things (defined) devices further steps need to be taken to secure them. To assist with this, the US CERT have written a PDF document titled “Strategic Principles for Securing the IoT”. It is intended for consumers, operators and manufacturers of IoT devices. It is available from the link below:
Securing the Internet of Things (US-CERT)