The Premise: There used to be a time when the Internet was free, wild, and nothing was encrypted. With the advent of things like SSL and TLS, some network analytics and security folks are wondering: is encryption ruining security?
The world is encrypted today. Our traffic is being protected from beginning to end so our identities and data are safe. But how safe are we in reality? What about the traffic that we want to see? How can we protect against threats when everything is using TLS to hide from our tools? Is there a solution to figuring out how to see the unseen?
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