Privacy laws and regulations, Google Chrome browser warnings, and availability of cheap or free SSL/TLS certificates have made the encryption of data in transit a de facto standard. In fact, nearly 90% of all web pages are encrypted with SSL/TLS. But there’s a downside: according to F5 Labs research, 68% of malware communicates over encrypted channels. Security inspection tools such as next-gen-firewalls, data-loss prevention systems, and web app firewalls are blind to this traffic because they can’t efficiently decrypt and re-encrypt. To protect your apps, data, and business you need visibility into that growing volume of encrypted traffic, as well as customized policy-driven traffic steering.