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Learn why Perfect Forward Secrecy is more important than ever, and how IT Ops and SecOps must work together to improve cyber security without losing visibility.
Have you spotted TLS v.0xfb1a in your SSL/TLS sessions, or are you curious about how to look into unknown versions in your own network? Read on to follow my investigation through ExtraHop and Wireshark.
People are the weakest link in cybersecurity, but new research from EMA indicates rapid, risky adoption of advanced encryption like TLS 1.3. Here's what you need to know to implement TLS 1.3 safely.
Not sure how to maintain IT and security visibility now that TLS 1.3 requires perfect forward secrecy encryption? Watch this webinar (or read the transcript!) for current encryption trends, what's next for TLS 1.3, and how ExtraHop provides an elegant and lightweight solution to the visibility challenge.