Netskope provides a high-performance, cloud-native SSL/TLS decryption solution that is unlimited in its scale and capacity to support multi-cloud environments. Based on the Netskope Security Cloud platform, Netskope SSL/TLS decryption offers selective inspection of encrypted traffic based on granular policies to expose and stop malicious traffic.
As over 90% of cloud and web traffic runs over HTTPS, SSL/TLS inspection is imperative for protecting your organization and reducing risk. Netskope designed and built its cloud platform to handle 100% SSL/TLS-encrypted traffic and provides high-performance inspection with minimal latency to effectively protect your critical information while exposing threats and malware.
Netskope inspects SSL/TLS encrypted web and cloud traffic. Unlike a “Man-in-The- Middle” (MITM) design, Netskope uses a certificate, or customer signed certificate, within the trust chain of the enterprise’s certificate authority (CA) and is present on end user devices accessing web and cloud services through Netskope.
Netskope manages the SSL/TLS connections from end-users to Netskope and proxies the TLS connection from Netskope to all cloud services and web sites, including native TLS 1.3 support.
Netskope inspects the decrypted app, cloud service, or web traffic with Netskope Cloud XDTM and applies any matching policies, which results in activity-level policy enforcement that allows security teams to get fine-grained control over app, cloud service, or web use.
Netskope uses the highest cipher strength, using industry-standard TLS versions 1.3 and 1.2. Netskope checks the validity of app, cloud service, and website certificates and enforces expired or invalid certificates.
The Netskope cloud-based platform simplifies SSL/TLS inspection and requires no hardware upgrades or maintenance for selectively decrypting network traffic.
This edition of the Cloud and Threat Report takes a look back at 2022 and highlights the most significant trends relating to cloud adoption and threats on the web and in the cloud. Cloud malware downloads, which remained constant in 2021, have started to rise again in 2021, caused by an increase in the total number of apps from which malware is downloaded and an increase in the number of downloads from popular apps. Malicious web content also continues to rise and is becoming more evenly spread out throughout the web to blend in and reach more victims.Get the report
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