Next Generation Firewalls May Not Stop Malware Best Defense Against Malicious Encrypted Traffic
Take a deeper look at the role of NGFWs in your defense against hidden threats
Should you rely on your next generation firewall (NGFW) to stop malicious encrypted traffic?
Parth Jagirdar of A10 Enterprise Security takes a close look at this question in his article, Next Generation Firewalls May Not Stop Malware.
Parth examines misplaced expectations, the causes of the problem, the place of decryption and inspection in your security strategy, and the six questions to ask when considering a dedicated SSL/TLS inspection platform. He also explains how A10’s purpose-built solution, Thunder SSLi, addresses the blind spots in your traffic in an innovative way.
Learn more about the growing threat of malicious encrypted traffic and how you can prevent it. Read the complete article here.
Understand how NGFWs impact your network security
- The rise of malicious encrypted traffic
- Why NGFWs degrade performance
- How NGFWs undermine holistic security
- How to expose your blind spot
- 6 criteria for selecting a platform
- What should modern decryption & inspection look like?