Making today's encrypted world more secure and compliant

If you can measure the encrypted traffic on your network, you can understand the challenges.

If you can measure it, you can be compliant across the different regulatory territories.

If you can measure it, you can take the action that’s effective. That’s how Venari can help to make everyone more secure in today's encrypted world.

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The Problem

The controls for managing encrypted traffic across networks are no longer fit for purpose. Data breaches are a reality, and with them, the resulting costs of business downtime.


As of January 2021, 95% of all Google web traffic was encrypted.

Source: Google


70% of all malware campaigns in 2020 used some level of encryption to conceal malware delivery.

Source: Cisco


59% of the top 1,000 global websites support the latest version of TLS 1.3.

Source: Internet Society Pulse

Our Solutions

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Threat Detection

Be the hunter, not the hunted

Inside businesses large and small, all security teams, like yours, share a common problem.

Which is this: cybercriminals now use encryption as their primary method of communication. This is a problem because it means the controls on your enterprise network are no longer fit for purpose.

Introducing Venari. We’re the only company in the world that specialises in encrypted traffic analysis.

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Be compliant, do the measurement

Today, good practice for internal compliance remains the same as it’s always been: the ability to maintain visibility over your own system.

But, at the same time, the regulators now stipulate that all data in transit must use point-to-point encryption.

Obviously, this creates a problem for compliance, because it means the existing controls on your enterprise network are no longer fit for purpose.

Essentially, they weren’t designed for today’s encrypted world.


Many of the most aggressive criminal actors use TLS encryption to hide aspects of intrusion, egress and lateral movement in target networks amongst the other, perhaps too trusted and insufficiently monitored, encrypted traffic. The best of them [criminal actors] do not just bank on encrypted traffic escaping analysis, they disguise command and control traffic as a legitimate encrypted data flow - Dropbox or cloud storage traffic. This is no longer cutting edge from the intruder. The defender needs to be as well equipped.

Paddy McGuinness : Former UK Deputy National Security Advisor for Intelligence, Security and Resilience

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You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

Today’s controls on your enterprise network are no longer fit for purpose. Cybercriminals now use encryption as their primary method of communication.

Defend your business effectively, know what is on your network.

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