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A new report from cybersecurity firm Security Scorecard released this week found that the partial Federal government shutdown had minimal negative effects on Federal network security, and even found some positive impacts on patching and endpoint security. […]

Use of Secure Sockets Layer (SSL)/Transport Layer Security (TLS) encryption is estimated at 15-25 percent of all network traffic, and growing at 20 percent annually. But by 2017, Gartner predicts “more than 50 percent of network attacks will use SSL/TLS.”

Agencies need to inspect encrypted traffic to ensure hackers are not hiding in SSL traffic.


Is your agency throwing money down the drain? Without a comprehensive SSL encryption solution, you could be wasting money and not even know it.

Malware, hidden threats, and additional attacks are constantly trying to break into networks. SSL/TLS encryption delivers the defense agencies need to protect their cybersecurity investments.