Top 5 SSL/TLS Attack Vectors: How they have impacted IT and how you can avoid them

Provided by Symantec Corporation

Category SSL

Type White Paper

Length 5

Publish Date December 13 2016

Date posted January 13 2017


Hackers are getting increasingly sophisticated with their threats, and smaller businesses are now being targeted more than ever. In fact, the last five years have shown a steady increase in attacks targeting businesses with less than 250 employees.1 When well-administered, SSL/TLS is an extremely effective data safety measure; however, it does require organizations pay attention to certain details and critical factors— or the hackers will find a way in.

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