VP Rohit Sethi is quoted in Credit Union Times article: Can HTTPS Still be Trusted

August 12, 2013

Long-standard encryption now seen as vulnerable, but experts say turn off the compression to lower the threat pressure.

The headlines coming out of the recent Black Hat security conference in Las Vegas will cause sweat to cascade down your face: “30-Second HTTPS Traffic Attack: No Fix,” screamed one publication.

Read the rest here: https://www.cutimes.com/2013/08/12/threat-of-the-week-can-https-still-be-trusted/

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