TLS 1.3: What do I need to know?

Much is getting written about the new TLS 1.3 and its impact on network operations. This is absolutely an issue that needs to be considered and addressed. In fact, there are actually 2 issues that need to be addressed. The first is the move to TLS 1.3 will create significant problems as it can blind network based detection/analytic tools because those tools can’t see the data packets to do their job. The addition of PFS (Perfect Forward Secrecy) adds a level of complexity that means simply upgrading from TLS 1.2 to 1.3 won’t work. The second is the need to consider impacts to the actual networking gear in your remote offices & data centers. Are you leveraging remote connectivity to get acces

WFH Tips for Knowledge Workers

As a result of the global pandemic, many office workers have been re-positioned to a category called Work From Home (WFH). This sudden change has been somewhat disruptive to many workers who have always had an office for work and a home for relaxation and family. Suddenly the borders have become blurred. Some people adjust better than others to sudden changes in routine. We thought it would be a good idea to highlight some of the positive aspects of being a home office worker. No Commute The most obvious benefit to working from home is that there is no daily commute from home to the office. In addition to gaining back the time (and cost) spent on the road or transit or both. Also gone

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