Putting a Stop to Hidden Threats in SSL Traffic
Concerns about internet security and privacy in the wake of continued breaches and data thefts like the recent Sony attack, combined with the revelations of wide-scale spying by the NSA in the Snowden disclosures, has caused a massive spike in the volume of encrypted internet traffic. While encrypting traffic generally improves security posture, it also provides an opportunity for attackers to hide threats inside the SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol, because most SSL traffic passes through security controls unchecked. This webinar looks at how attackers use SSL to disguise assaults and what enterprise security teams can do to thwart these threats.
Who Should Attend: Security professionals at small, medium and large enterprises, financial analysts, and the media.
Key Topics for Discussion:
- What's causing the massive growth in encrypted traffic
- Types of attacks hidden in SSL, and the damage they do
- Solutions for inspecting SSL traffic and uncovering hidden threats
- Real deployment cases
- Answers to audience questions during live Q&A