Cyberthreats and the attack vectors through which they go after federal networks are constantly evolving. The modern cyberthreat is a moving target at best. This makes defending against these dynamic threats as challenging as it is essential. Whether data is at rest or on the move, encrypting and conducting SSL inspection of all data packets is essential. The trick is to do so without bogging down network traffic.

Resources

  • Exposing Hidden Threats in Encrypted Traffic

    Federal government agencies are constantly barraged by cyber attacks that threaten exposure or theft of classified information. SSL break and inspect is a critical security measure that is being used with increasing frequency. But this valuable technology has a downside. Bad actors are now burying threats in encrypted traffic, rendering them undetectable by most security tools. Prepare your agency to deal with encrypted threats that could jeopardize the safety of your data and your citizens by downloading our eBook, Exposing Hidden Threats. You’ll gain a deeper understanding of the types of threats hidden in encrypted traffic and how an advanced SSL decryption solution can help you defend your constituents and classified information. Learn More

  • The Evolution of the Secure Internet

    In 2015, U.S. Federal agencies experienced the largest breach to date, exposing the personal records of 21 million current and former employees.1 SSL encryption, designed to protect data, has now emerged as a new threat vector for federal agencies. It enables nation-states, hacktivists, and cyber terrorists to bypass network security by hiding activity from protective monitoring. Decrypting and inspecting SSL communications is now a critical step to preventing loss of classified data and ensure continued regulatory compliance. Learn more about the widespread adoption of the HTTPS protocol for securing SSL traffic and why it is likely to impact your organization. Learn More

  • 6 Keys to Eliminating SSL Blindspots

    Traditional firewalls and security systems can’t keep up with the increasing onslaught of malicious encrypted traffic. To protect sensitive federal data, it’s critical to effectively decrypt and inspect all SSL traffic. Download A10 Networks’ complimentary eBook, “6 Keys to Eliminating SSL Blind Spots,” to learn how to uncover hidden threats while ensuring performance and compliance. Learn More

  • Data Center in the Crosshairs

    Whether they are intent on stealing valuable federal assets or committing acts of espionage, cybercriminals and nation-state actors focus on federal data center vulnerabilities and use various techniques to exploit those weaknesses. Understand their attack methods and how implementing countermeasures likes application delivery controllers (ADC) can protect servers and applications. Learn More

  • 7 DDoS Myths & Realities

    IDG research shows, many federal IT decision makers are challenged with sorting through which cyberattacks are fact and fiction. Today’s DDoS threats are sophisticated — often undetectable — and silently erode critical citizen-centric operations and public trust by creating long periods of downtime. It’s time to deploy a more robust, government-grade DDoS defense. Learn More