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Protecting Application Delivery without Network Security Blind Spots

SSL/TLS is extensively used to protect web traffic, but the technology can also be exploited to create security blind spots. SSL/TLS encrypted tunnels can be used to hide malicious codes and other threats from network security and performance monitoring tools. To prevent possible malware propagation across networks requires decrypt/encrypt capabilities that enable careful traffic monitoring and inspection.
Join Don Laursen, Sr. Product Manager from F5 and Juan Asenjo, Sr. Partner Manager at Thales e-Security, to learn how a security architecture using application delivery controllers (ADCs) and hardware security modules (HSMs) can ensure you can optimizes web services with traffic inspection, while safeguarding and managing the critical cryptographic keys that underpin security.
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Don Laursen, Sr. Product Manager, F5 & Juan Asenjo, Sr. Partner Manager, Thales e-Security
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