HTTPS: Why Privacy Doesn’t Equal Security

Presented by

David Dufour, VP Cybersecurity & Engineering

About this talk

In today’s hyperconnected world, one of the biggest dilemmas for internet users is privacy versus security. Many sites rely on HTTPS to secure your privacy, but HTTPS can also create security gaps that leave you vulnerable to cyberattacks. As a solution, internet browser vendors such as Google and Mozilla are now implementing DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) to improve DNS security and encrypt your private data, but it’s far from perfect. In some cases, cybercriminals can use DoH to spread malware. As DoH becomes the new standard, it’s imperative to know what it is and how it works so you can protect yourself against new threats. Join OpenText’s David Dufour, VP Cybersecurity & Engineering to discuss the impact of DoH and what it means for your business and your customers. Key takeaways: •Learn why DoH is replacing HTTPs and what it means for internet security •Understand how cybercriminals can use DoH to put your business at risk •Find out how to secure your connection without sacrificing privacy

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