EMA Report on TLS 1.3

TLS 1.3’s Fourth Anniversary: What Have We Learned About Implementation and Network Monitoring?

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The Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) approved Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3 in August 2018.  Since then, organizations have been evaluating the benefits and challenges of adopting the newest version of one of the world’s most widely used cryptographic protocols, which enables online data security and privacy.

Discover why companies have or have not (yet) implemented TLS 1.3, in this F5-sponsored report by Enterprise Management Associates (EMA). The report, based on information from hundreds of technology and business leaders across more than 10 different industries, analyzes how companies are prioritizing information security compliance and how data security and privacy regulations have influenced security priorities.

Dive Into the Report to Learn How and Why:


Regulatory and vendor controls, improved data security, and remote work drive adoption.


Visibility and monitoring concerns are top obstacles to implementation. 


Substantial resource and implementation costs lead organizations to avoid or delay adoption.