According to research from the F5 Labs threat intelligence team, 80% of page loads on millions of sites sampled are encrypted. Transport Layer Security (TLS) adoption has become the norm for organizations of all sizes and in all industries due to several driving factors: the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Google search results ranking preferences, browser warnings for HTTP (cleartext) sites, and the growing importance of privacy, to name just a few.
While this evolution improves security for web traffic, it comes at a price—increased workload demand and the potential hazards of malware cloaked in encrypted traffic.
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According to research by F5 Labs, more than 81% of all web page loads are now encrypted with SSL/TLS, which means that we are moving very quickly toward an Internet where nearly every piece of data in transit will be encrypted. However, the rise of SSL/TLS isn’t all good news. Attackers are increasingly hiding insidious attacks within encrypted traffic—which means that the security protocol itself has become a threat vector. Regaining visibility into that encrypted traffic is one of the most important steps you can take to protect your apps, your data, and your business Find out how today.
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A Factsheet on the most important things you need to know when talking to your phone and internet service providers
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We live in an era where customer experience trumps product features and functions. How do you exceed customer’s expectations every time they interact with your organization? By leveraging more information and applying insights you have learned over time. Turning data-driven power into delightful experiences will give you the advantages required to succeed in today’s climate of one-click shopping and crowd-sourced feedback.
Single isolated events or an annual training exercise are not enough to get people to buy into security. Claire Pales. Pales is the author of the best-selling “The Secure CIO”, specialises in security and risk at advisory firm IBRS and once worked as head of security for a major web-based entertainment company. Read this report on how you can increase employee engagement.
As part of its cloud-first strategy, UTS places extremely high emphasis on the availability and security of its users’ data. The university recently adopted Microsoft Office 365 for all students and staff, while maintaining strict guidelines around data sovereignty and security. Doing so has “enabled huge productivity and collaboration gains between students, lecturers, and other faculty staff,” says Steve McEwan, Technical Services Manager, UTS.