The war we are fighting is in cyberspace, and the battlegrounds are enterprise applications. Earlier this month, government experts and business leaders gathered at the Rocky Mountain Cyberspace Symposium to take an in-depth look at the critical role enterprise security plays in our national defense.
Hackers hide their exploits in encrypted traffic, triggering resource-intensive processes that make the application unavailable to legitimate users. Application attacks are difficult to detect and, once detected, they’re hard to halt and costly to endure.
Firewalls, intrusion prevention, and threat prevention products can’t keep up with the growing demands of SSL encryption. A10 solves that problem by securing applications in a multi-cloud environment – on premise and in private clouds and public clouds.
A10 Thunder SSLi makes it possible for organizations to break and inspect SSL/TLS traffic without impacting the performance, while A10 Harmony Controller gives organizations visibility, agility, and control over applications located in the cloud, on-premise, or in a hybrid cloud environment.