Encryption, while helpful in protecting users’ data privacy, can create serious risks for enterprises if not properly decrypted and inspected for malicious payloads. While no-cost and readily available TLS certificates allow application hosts to cheaply protect their users’ data privacy, bad actors can also hide malware behind a certificate. And it’s becoming increasingly easier for them to do so.
The Dark Night. Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers. Thor: Ragnarök. The Empire Strikes Back—sequels are frequently better than the originals. Sometimes writers need an additional opportunity to build out a fictional world or refine plots and characters. Similarly, in technology it seems the story is never quite over, with solutions like F5’s SSL Orchestrator well positioned to take advantage of industry narrative developments.
If you’ve tried to buy a car, washing machine, or laptop in the last six months, you know that the global chip shortage is lengthening lead times for consumer hardware pretty much across the board. And the world of IT (including F5) is unfortunately no exception. However, F5 can help you adapt quickly to related supply chain challenges affecting your business with innovative tools like the F5 Journeys Migration Utility.
To help address security needs amid increasing cyberattacks and global supply chain shortages, F5 has teamed with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer High Performance Virtual Editions of BIG-IP SSL Orchestrator deployed on AWS. Catherine Newcomb details why SSLO Orchestrator on AWS may be the best choice for you.