New report exposes what's hiding in encrypted traffic and how to protect your company
Encrypted traffic is not necessarily safe traffic. And the threat to HTTPS websites and traffic using SSL and TLS is growing fast. According to Gartner, more than half of network attacks will hide in encrypted traffic by 2017. To identify hidden threats to the business, enterprises need complete visibility into encrypted traffic. However, to comply with local privacy regulations and their own acceptable use policies, enterprises must have the means to selectively decrypt this traffic. An encrypted traffic management strategy must consider various business needs, established corporate policies, and compliance mandates. Read the security report that tells you why more threats are hiding in encrypted traffic and how best to protect your privacy and security. Get your free copy of "The Visibility Void," a new report from Blue Coat, right now.
What You Will Learn:
- How to identify hidden threats in your encrypted network traffic
- Why hostile use of encryption is on the rise
- Best practices for managing encrypted traffic