Solution Brief: Best Practices for Stopping Encrypted Threats
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Secure Sockets Layer/Transport Layer Security (SSL/TLS) encryption, or HTTPS traffic, has become a ubiquitous means of securing sensitive data in flight over the Internet. The question is, how can you keep the integrity and privacy of SSL communication intact while ensuring security of the network and the data that’s being exchanged? This brief examines considerations and presents best practices for protecting against encrypted threats.