Secure communications are considered to be a way to keep our centers safe. Unfortunately, secure does not necessarily mean safe – it means encrypted. Once hackers are able to break into a network via phishing or brute force hacking, they can use your secure communications against you. This makes it harder to identify what data they are sending or receiving and more difficult for you to recover from a cyber-attack. Watch our on-demand webinar where we discuss how we can use this information to turn the tables on cyber-attackers!
This on-demand webinar covers:
- How both IT and hackers use SSH - the de facto standard for encrypted shell access
- How HTTPS can be used by cryptojackers to disguise crypto-mining on your system
- How cyber-thugs use SSL/TLS to hide in ransomware attacks
- How to monitor your secure communications to make sure you really are safe