Addressing Risk from the Encrypted Threat Vector: Analysis of the Impact and Importance of Cisco ETA

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Research from the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) shows that over 50% of Web traffic is now encrypted, since 2016. As the amount of encrypted traffic mounts, enterprises are being forced into difficult decisions, choosing between visibility and data privacy. An all-together new approach to inspecting encrypted traffic, without exposing sensitive and potentially private data, may be required.

On June 20, 2017, Cisco announced a new solution called Encrypted Traffic Analytics (ETA), which would offer a non-intrusive method for assessing encrypted traffic for signs of compromise or threats. This paper will provide an overview of the Cisco ETA solution, and assess the practical use of this technology in enterprise networks, and the impact it will have on the security industry.

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Addressing Risk from the Encrypted Threat Vector: Analysis of the Impact and Importance of Cisco ETASPIE 2017 #25 - July 21/2017IntroductionThe Encryption ChallengeThreat Actors Also Use EncryptionInspection of Encrypted Traffic is Clunky, at BestCloud Adoption Raises Further QuestionsEnter Cisco Encrypted Traffic Analytics (ETA)But How Does It Work?The Impact of Cisco ETAComplementing Enterprise IT Tools and PracticesDelivering Options to a Broader MarketRespecting Privacy RequirementsMitigating Critical Threat VectorsAlleviating the Burden on Security Point ProductsAddressing Future Encryption TrendsStratecast - The Last WordAbout StratecastAbout Frost & Sullivan




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