The Evolution of the Secure Internet

Aug 05, 2016

In 2015, U.S. Federal agencies experienced the largest breach to date, exposing the personal records of 21 million current and former employees. 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.

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