Understanding the Good and Bad of Encryption
How is encryption changing your risk profile in 2019?

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.

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