Encryption Is Now a Trojan Horse: Ignore It at Your Peril

Published by Fortinet

The game of leapfrog between hackers and data security professionals continues. No sooner do organizations start to feel secure with the latest encryption standards than cyber criminals find ways to violate that security. Black hats are infiltrating company networks by abusing encryption to shield their application-embedded malware and ransomware from detection. It’s little wonder that 87% of CIOs feel that Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) encryption puts their organizations at greater risk of cyber threats.

The zero-tolerance solution to such Trojan horses is to use SSL inspection to ferret out malicious code. But most inspection technologies available today put an untenable drag on network performance. Security professionals need a lesscompromising way to resolve the trade-off between data security and application performance to capably support enterprise-wide digital transformation.

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