Detecting Advanced Persistent Threats in a World of Encrypted Traffic

Presented by

Jesse Munos, Tech. Mktg. Mgr., ExtraHop; Frans Schippers, Amsterdam Univ of Applied Science; Richard Tychansky, Sec Architect

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Cyber security doctrine established the need to encrypt data while in transit and at rest. Between 80% and 90% of Internet traffic is now encrypted, providing invaluable security benefits, but also limiting the SecOps team's ability to rapidly detect, investigate, and respond to security incidents. Join ExtraHop and (ISC)2 on August 12, 2021 at 1:00 p.m. Eastern/10:00 a.m. Pacific for a roundtable discussion on the various approaches to overcoming the security concerns created by the proliferation of encryption technologies. We’ll also examine: · Why encryption of data in transit is critical to organizational security · The visibility gap created by encryption The benefits and limitations of: · Deep Packet Inspection · What is TLS and why is it Important to be up-to-date · Encrypted Traffic Analytics · Decrypting Traffic (both in and out of band)

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