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LU taps Verizon Business for securing student information

Liberty University, out of Lynchburg, Va., is keeping students and faculty safe while surfing the Web thanks to digital certificates developed together with Verizon Business.

The Christian university, along with Verizon, came up with a digital certificate that could be used to secure personal student information, financial records and other university data.

Based on Secure Socket Layer technology, the certificate service protects online users by establishing a secure exchange between a Web page and the end user, and then encrypting the data passing between them.

This is especially critical when said information is credit card data, Social Security numbers and other personal information.

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