ThreatLabz Report: The state of encrypted attacks

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HTTPS is the standard protocol for transmitting data over the internet. Hackers have studied this form of data protection and now use techniques to transmit malware over it.

Zero trust reduces the attack surface by preventing lateral movement. The majority of cyber attacks use encryption to bypass defenses. Companies must inspect on and off-premise traffic sources to protect themselves.

Find out how the encrypted threat landscape has changed over time and what you can do to protect yourself by reading this ThreatLabz report. This whitepaper will help you understand:

  • Which industries and locations came under fire
  • Where most enterprise defense strategies fall short
  • Best practices for stopping encrypted attacks using zero trust

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