By 2016, it’s estimated that 67 percent of Internet traffic will be encrypted, according to the Sandvine Global Internet Phenomena Spotlight: Encrypted Internet Traffic report, May 2015.
Although encryption can be used for good—improving message confidentiality and integrity—it can also be used as a means to conceal hackers’ activities.
Without SSL inspection in place, your business could fall victim to the kind of encrypted traffic that has malicious intent behind it.
Download this helpful infographic to uncover the ingenuous ways cyber attackers are targeting businesses - like including malicious files in instant messages. You will also get a quick view of the state of corporate defenses today.
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