Alon Nachmany, Director of Customer Success, AppViewX
Early this year, the National Security Agency (NSA - the national-level intelligence agency of the United States Department of Defense) emphasized the elimination of obsolete TLS protocol configurations by federal agencies. It further urged all network owners and operators to follow suit.
The TLS protocol encrypts and authenticates communication between servers and clients, and TLS versions are periodically updated to outrun attacks on the communication channels - the current latest version being TLS 1.3. Attacks happen when an organization fails to implement the latest TLS version quickly enough. Sometimes, even organizations that have implemented the latest TLS version face attacks due to weak cipher suites, outdated key exchange mechanisms, and poor TLS certificate management.
In this webinar, Alon Nachmany, Director of Customer Success at AppViewX and a cybersecurity expert, explains how organizations can upgrade to the latest TLS version and ensure their certificates and keys are in good condition, with minimal service disruption.
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A few key points of discussion will be:
• Discovering obsolete TLS configuration and expiring certificates
• Achieving compliance and cryptographic agility with fast upgrades
• Automating key and certificate lifecycle management