7 things you need to do to decrypt your SSL and TLS traffic
DEFENDING THE DIGITAL ENTERPRISE
SSL and TLS encryption is rising as enterprises deploy more software to private and public clouds and make wider use of SaaS applications.
However, encryption isn’t limited to well-meaning parties. Cybercriminals are increasingly using encryption to conceal malware, hide command-and-control traffic and cloak the exfiltration of stolen data.
Given the amount of encrypted traffic and the threat vector it now poses, you need a way to efficiently decrypt traffic, share it with tools and then re-encrypt it.
In this white paper, discover 7 things you need to do to successfully decrypt your SSL and TLS traffic.