TLS 1.3: the future is encrypted. Are your network security tools ready?

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Tim Murphy, Sr. Manager, Network Product Marketing, Symantec and Bob Blair, Sr. Systems Engineer, SSL Visibility, Symantec

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Google recently announced that 71 of the top 100 sites are now using HTTPS, nearly double from a year ago. Accelerated adoption of strong encryption practices, including TLS 1.3, is good for consumers and enterprises alike. However, highly secure encryption also presents challenges for security professionals. SSL/TLS encryption is also becoming popular with cybercriminals, looking to hide malware and other advanced threats. Consequently, without a solution that enables secure inspection, many network security tools that address advanced threats will be blind to them. Join us in this webcast where we’ll look at: -Challenges of intercepting TLS traffic while maintaining high security -The Impact of TLS 1.3 and importance of preserving session integrity -Benefits of centralized encrypted traffic management -Architectural considerations before you deploy

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