Guest Post: With TLSv1.3 approved and in the IETF publication queue, it’s time to think about deployment options and obstacles, and planning for changes inherent in this revision.
Guest Post: Network monitoring activities will need to be considered in TLSv1.3 deployment plans.
Guest Post: While it appears there is a learning curve prior to adoption, TLSv1.3 should be strongly considered to improve the security of web sessions.
Guest Post: A study looking at TLS adoption in Japan finds HTTPS web traffic has increased by a factor of 14 in the last 10 years.
Is there a core of “crypto zealots” in the IETF that are pushing an extreme agenda about encryption?
Network and service operators, regulators, researchers and academics recently gathered to discuss the economics of the Internet, including the implications of a post-net neutrality network.
Guest Post: Learn about the significant recent changes being made to the core Internet protocols.
A more detailed look at the efforts to hide the DNS behind HTTPS.
Guest Post: Transport Layer Security 1.3 has been designed to be more secure in order to prevent the interception of sessions over the Internet.