Axellio’s Scott Aken: TLS 1.3 Requires Thorough Reevaluation of Traffic & Security Monitoring Infrastructure

Scott Aken, CEO of Axellio, said organizations looking to implement the latest version of the Transport Layer Security protocol, dubbed TLS 1.3, to improve encryption security should conduct a comprehensive reassessment of the entire security and traffic monitoring infrastructure.

Implementing TLS 1.3 “requires a carefully planned transition that maintains both data transfer security and visibility into security operations,” Aken wrote in an article published Friday in Solutions Review.

He noted that organizations require the security protection that TLS 1.3-based encryption offers while strengthening network performance and transparency.

The chief executive also highlighted the need for a central infrastructure for traffic monitoring that can decrypt and transmit copies of this traffic to each analysis application.

This protects the investment and operational approach with the existing monitoring infrastructure while making TLS 1.3 traffic available for analysis to all applications that provide us with this vital network and security visibility,” Aken stated.

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