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29 July 2021 Kurt Haller

Complex regulations lead to complex challenges. Venari meets them.

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Complex laws and regulations are driving organisations to encrypt more traffic. Increasingly, regulators require organisations to provide automated reports to evidence end-to-end encryption. The latest version of encryption (TLS 1.3) cannot be decrypted, this will drive change in how encrypted traffic is analysed in the coming years.

Attackers have become more sophisticated, using encryption to disguise their malicious malware and ransomware. In 2020, Zscaler, a cloud-based information security company based out of San Jose, California, analysed nearly 7 billion threats hidden in encrypted traffic using SSL and TLS channels. From their research, they recognised a 500% increase in ransomware delivered over encrypted channels between March and September.

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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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