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Cybersecurity is Meaningless Without Visibility into Encryption

A vast majority of organisations have no visibility into encrypted traffic, nor do they have protection against automated attackers. F5 Labs' Preston Hogue writes for CSO Australia, discussing the integrity of encryption.
July 26, 2019
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A vast majority of organisations have no visibility into encrypted traffic, nor do they have protection against automated attackers. In Mary Meeker’s most recent Internet Trends report, the numbers show that in the first quarter of 2019, 87 per cent of global web traffic was encrypted, up from 53 per cent just three years ago.

This signals encryption is becoming the norm. In my opinion, in another five to ten years, the entire Internet will be encrypted.

But what does this mean for enterprise security leaders?

Read the full article published July 3, 2019 here: https://www.cso.com.au/article/663616/cybersecurity-meaningless-without-visibility-into-encryption/ by CSO Australia.

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