The Impact on Network Security Through Encrypted Protocols – QUIC
QUIC stands for Quick UDP Internet Connections, an experimental protocol designed and deployed by Google.
The impact on network security through encrypted protocols – TLS 1.3
This post is the second part of my series around the impact of encrypted protocols on network security. You can find the first article about HTTP/2 here: http://blogs.cisco.com/security/the-impact-on-network-security-through-encrypted-protocols-http2 Now let us focus on the new and upcoming specification of TLS 1.3. It is important to understand what advantages TLS 1.3 brings to us, but also […]
The impact on network security through encrypted protocols – HTTP/2
This is the start of a planned series of posts around the impact that new protocols are making on the way many of us deal with network security today. The protocols we have been using on the internet, mainly TCP with HTTP 1.1, have shown that they cannot deal with today’s requirements for fast and […]
Using Cisco Umbrella with Cisco WSA and Splunk for private reporting
Sometimes having a effective and innovative solution goes in a confrontation with the local country requirements. Especially when we want to deploy as cloud based security service. Using a cloud security service will one the one hand address quite nicely the need for better security and easy deployment , on the other hand a CxO […]
Where is my (intermediate) TLS certificate?
When dealing with TLS connections, it is important to understand how a client (in most cases this is a web browser) will be acting. Let’s quickly check some of the steps that are happening when a TLS connection is made. A web server will send its certificate down to the requesting client during the TLS […]
The Secure Way to IPv6 – Use Your Proxy!
When asked about IPv6, many companies are aware that they must do something, but are not sure what is the best way to approach IPv6. In my talks with customers, I found that the unfamiliarity with IPv6 is one of the biggest obstacles. So, to gain experience with IPv6, there are several paths to go […]