Date: Wednesday, May 29, 2019
Time: 02:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time
Duration: 1 hour
Giveaways: One Registrant Will Win a $100 Amazon Gift Card and One Attendee Will Win a $150 Amazon Gift Card!
The majority of web traffic today is encrypted to protect commerce, communications, and data. As organizations grow, shifting to the cloud, adding offices, and leveraging remote workforces, visibility into encrypted traffic becomes challenging. This puts the organization at risk for a cyberattack, data breach and compliance failure.
So, what should organizations do to ensure all traffic is inspected - even in the most complex environments?
In this educational webcast, join Microsoft Cloud and Datacenter MVP, Nick Cavalancia, and Babur Khan, Technical Marketing Engineer with A10 Networks, as they discuss:
- The state of encryption: for better and for worse
- Why encryption puts the organization at risk
- How to make decryption certain while maintaining centralized visibility
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Nick Cavalancia Contributing Editor for IT Pro Today
Nick has over 25 years of enterprise IT experience, is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer, and columnist, and has achieved industry certifications including MCSE, MCT, Master CNE, and Master CNI. Nick has owned an MSP focused on the SMB, an enterprise IT consulting company, and today runs Techvangelism, where he serves the IT community as a technical evangelist, working with some of the most recognized tech companies today. Nick has authored, co-authored and contributed to nearly two dozen books on Microsoft technologies, and regularly speaks, writes and blogs on a variety of topics.
Babur Nawaz Khan Technical Marketing Engineer, A10
Babur Nawaz Khan is a Technical Marketing Engineer at A10 Networks. He primarily focuses on A10’s Enterprise Security solutions. Prior to this, he was a member of A10’s Corporate Systems Engineering team, focusing on Application Delivery Controllers. Babur holds a master’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.