The Security Engineer’s Guidebook to TLS 1.3
According to a study by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA), 73% of the respondents plan to begin the conversion to TLS 1.3 before mid-year 2019. For many enterprises, especially the financial industry, this will result in a fundamental change to their security architectures.
Any organization that is currently using secure socket layer (SSL) or transport layer security (TLS) for passive SSL decryption will need to change their architecture or lose the ability for deep packet inspection (DPI), threat hunting, data loss prevention (DLP), and the use of intrusion detection systems (IDS).
This white paper addresses the following important topics of the conversion process and the full ramifications of how TLS 1.3 data decryption will affect you.
- TLS 1.3 brings new changes
- Active testing of TLS/SSL validates security solutions
- Ongoing monitoring strengthens your encryption strategy
Download this whitepaper to see how to avoid the pitfalls of a conversion to TLS 1.3.