Closing the TLS Inspection Gap by Dale Guise, Gigamon
While TLS encryption ensures data confidentially and integrity it also presents challenges for enterprise security inspection and monitoring. With 90% of traffic encrypted and 70% of malware using encrypted channels in 2021, effective decryption is imperative.
This session explores TLS Inspection concepts, challenges and approaches including TLS 1.3 and forward secrecy. We’ll take a look at technical, architectural, security and administrative challenges along with practical approaches and best practices being used to close the TLS inspection gap today.
Dale Guise, Principal Security Architect, Presales at Gigamon
Dale Guise is a Principal Security Architect at Gigamon, where he serves as a technical adviser with expertise and focus in the areas of network security architectures, TLS decryption, threat detection and response. A veteran of hi-tech product companies, Dale has held similar security consulting, product and solution roles with commercial cyber divisions of BAE Systems, Boeing and Spirent Communications. He holds Computer Sciences degrees from the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins University.