Cisco Live 2016: The Hidden Dangers of SSL Traffic

Nobody disputes the need to protect sensitive data from prying eyes. In fact, as much as 67 percent of the world’s Internet traffic is now encrypted — a figure that continues to grow.

And while this a step in the right direction to secure data, it also creates a new set of problems for information security professionals trying to avoid a catastrophic data breach. Threat actors are now leveraging SSL-encrypted traffic to mask malicious behavior to increase their chances of delivering their malware payloads.

To help organizations align their security strategies with this emerging threat, A10 Networks security evangelist Kevin Broughton will host an engaging speaking session at Cisco Live 2016, “The Hidden Dangers of SSL Traffic.” This event covers these critical issues, including:

Please join A10 Networks in the Security Partner Village theater for the exclusive event.


July 8, 2016

About Geoff Blaine

A 10-year veteran of the security space, Geoff serves as A10's senior communications writer and content manager. He brings a blend of real-world journalism experience, cybersecurity perspective and mainstream tech interest. READ MORE