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SSL Forward Secrecy: What You Need to Know

March 6, 2014
1:00 p.m. Eastern / 10:00 a.m. Pacific

SSL is found all over the Internet, and most Web users take advantage of IT security every day. But not all SSL deployments are the same, and just because a business has an SSL certificate doesn't mean it’s entirely protected. Encryption session keys left on one end of an SSL connection have the potential to one day be obtained and used to decrypt multiple communications. That’s where SSL Forward Secrecy comes in. It’s just one way the method can be used to improve security. Join us for a live eSeminar to learn more about SSL Forward Secrecy and Web security.

Featured Speaker:
Sean Michael Kerner, Senior Editor, eWEEK, InternetNews.com and eSecurityplanet.com
Sal Salamone, Moderator - QuinStreet

Security

The Importance of Website Security and SSL/TLS Certificates

Websites are a target today like never before, as attackers leverage different techniques to breach and exploit IT security. Among the fundamental security tools that organizations can use to secure themselves and their websites are SSL/TLS certificates.

Sponsored by Symantec

Cloud Computing

2016: State of the Cloud: What's Next

The cloud is revolutionizing how organizations work because IT leaders understand that legacy technology infrastructure and IT processes can't withstand tomorrow's competitive challenges. In 2016, cloud adoption will reach its tipping point as organizations aggressively employ key use cases to improve cost management and increase agility, scalability, and security.

Sponsored by Pomeroy

IT Infrastructure

Ensure Your Approach to IT Infrastructure Monitoring Meets the Reality of Modern Healthcare

Today the individuals consuming services from healthcare providers and payers have very different expectations than they did just a few years ago. Patients want more transparency, more control, and a consistent experience across a growing number of touch points and applications. This presents two challenges for IT teams in the healthcare industry. First, they are tasked with ensuring optimal performance of the underlying complex, dynamic and hybrid IT infrastructures that support modern healthcare.

Sponsored by CA