TLS1.3: Two Years On

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Ollie Sheridan, Principal Sales Engineer, Security, (EMEA) Gigamon; Brandon Dunlap, Moderator

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After being released in August 2018, what does TLS1.3 look like today and how many organisations are using it? There are many claims that TLS1.3 is the one-stop-shop solution to all encryption requirements; but is that the case? Join Gigamon and (ISC)2 on May 19, 2020 at 1:00PM BST for a discussion about organisations using TLS1.3, why they are using it and why in some situations it’s not a suitable fit for encryption requirements. We'll also explore what this means for visibility in terms of decryption and for the generation of Metadata, such as IPFIX (Internet Protocol Flow Information Export) and CEF (Common Event Format). We’ll also examine: - Understand how many people are using TLS1.3 and why - See what makes TLS1.3 different to TLS1.2 and why TLS1.3 not always the best choice - Understand what is required to decrypt TLS1.3 in order to present decrypted traffic to Security Countermeasures - How Metadata fits into TLS1.3

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