6 Cyber Secrets Setting You Up for Betrayal

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Encrypted Malware Traffic

Sneaking in and out? Attackers stealthily use encryption to mask their behaviors. SSL/TLS encryption is widely used to secure communications to internal and external servers, but can blind security mechanisms by preventing inspection of network traffic, thereby increasing risk.

Valentine's Day is near. And while love is grand, the fact is that human nature can sometimes cause heartbreak. Research shows that one in five people are keeping a major secret — such as infidelity or money troubles — from their spouse. Deceit can be a deal breaker.

IT and security professionals know all too well the difficulties of dealing with a world of deception not only caused by cyber criminals and their increasingly sophisticated and determined tactics, but also by privileged insiders.

Courtesy of Blue Coat, here are six cyber secrets to be aware of that can set organizations up for betrayal and heartbreak.

 

Related Topics : Unisys, Stimulus Package, Security Breaches, Symantec, Electronic Surveillance

 
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