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Organisations have adopted an agile approach to application development, infrastructure, cloud, and third-party services. This increases the volume of encrypted traffic on the network and reduces visibility for security teams.

IoT devices, IP phones, printers, TVs, CCTV systems, swipe card systems, healthcare devices, manufacturing systems, ICS platforms, and other unmanageable devices have increased. Many of these devices use TLS encryption for communications.

The amount of encrypted traffic used by internal applications is increasing. There is a greater need to ensure that all platforms confirm to the certification standards set by risk and compliance teams.

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There is a greater public demand for better protection and privacy advocates, notably, the use of end-to-end encryption.

David Thomas : Regulatory and Privacy Consultant

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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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