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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.

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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.


Rise in Encrypted Attacks

Attackers have become more sophisticated in using encryption to disguise their malicious malware and ransomware. In 2020, a cloud-based information security company based out of 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. As organisations digitally transform, a significant number of applications and services are using TLS encryption as the primary method of securing information on the network.

Enterprises are increasingly expected to protect personal and other data. As a result, encryption is becoming the norm. This lack of visibility creates new surveillance challenges and risks.

Complex laws and regulations are driving organisations to encrypt more traffic. Increasingly, regulators not only require more encryption but more automated controls and reporting.

The latest encryption protocol, TLS 1.3, provides much stronger protection and cannot be decrypted, creating greater challenges for analysing encrypted traffic moving forward.

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60% of organisations will fail to decrypt HTTPs efficiently missing critical encrypted threats.

Source: Cisco


73% of enterprises are either already working on enabling TLS 1.3 for inbound connections, or are planning to do so.

Source: PRWeb


79% of global executives rank cyber-attacks and threats as one of their organization’s highest risk management priorities in 2020.

Source: Marsh and McLennan

We are now in a world where the majority of business communication uses encryption both internally and externally, which is a good thing. However, over the past five years, cybercriminals have pivoted and use those same encryption protocols to circumvent traditional security technologies, allowing attackers to deliver malware and ransomware attacks, communicate laterally within the enterprise, and exfiltrate data.

Tom Millar : CEO

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

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