Webcast: The State of SSL on the Internet

Monday, June 20, 2011

Sasha Nunke

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The SSL (TLS) protocol is the security backbone of the Internet, but surprisingly little is known about how it is deployed in real life.

This session will present the results of the first publicly available survey aimed at assessing the state of SSL on the Internet.

It will also provide documentation and free tools to test and improve the configuration of SSL servers.

Wednesday, Jun 22, 2011 2:00 PM EDT

Join the webcast HERE

(ISC)2 members can receive 1 CPE credit for attending the live webcast. Use your after event email as confirmation.

Presented by Ivan Ristić, Director of Engineering, Qualys, Inc.

ivan-ristic-qualys_sm.jpgIvan Ristić is Director of Engineering at Qualys, where he is in charge of the WAF product line.

He is a respected security expert and author, known especially for his contribution to the web application firewall field and the development of ModSecurity, the open source web application firewall.

He is also the author of Apache Security, a comprehensive security guide for the Apache web server, and ModSecurity Handbook.

He founded SSL Labs, a research effort focused on the analysis of the real-life usage of SSL and the related technologies. Ivan is a member of the Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP), and an officer of the Web Application Security Consortium (WASC).

Join the webcast HERE

Complimentary White Papers Available from Qualys:

Web Application Security: Minimizing the Risk of Attacks

Strategies For The Efficient CISO

The Big Shift to Cloud-Based Security

Top 10 Reports for Managing Vulnerabilities

Managing Risk and Keeping Your Network Secure

Understanding and Selecting a Database Assessment Solution

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