Reminder: That Padlock Doesn’t Mean It’s Secure
We’ve mentioned this before, but the misconception has surfaced again, and it’s worth mentioning again. Looking for the padlock as a sign of a secure legitimate website isn’t an accurate indication that a site is malware free. Recent research indicates that nearly half of all phishing sites display the padlock and a web address that… (0 comment)

Next Generation Firewalls May Not Stop Malware
Best Defense Against Malicious Encrypted Traffic Bad actors and malicious insiders are concealing threats in encrypted traffic in an attempt to steal sensitive data. In fact, it is predicted that as much as 70% of cyberattacks will use encryption as part of their delivery mechanism by 2019. Meanwhile, the use of encryption is growing rapidly.… (0 comment)

Three Misconceptions of Breaking and Inspecting SSL Traffic [Video]
There are a lot of misconceptions about breaking and inspecting SSL traffic. So much so that some companies elect to go without the ability altogether. In this video, A10 Senior Federal Lead SE James Schweitzer separates fact from fiction when it comes breaking and inspecting encrypted traffic and highlights the benefits of a dedicated decryption… (0 comment)