HTTPS: Is Privacy Making Us Less Secure?


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The rise of HTTPS encryption promised us a variety of security-related benefits, primarily assuring audiences that their information would be safe while in transit to a trusted website. But what if this technology is actually opening us up to new vulnerabilities? This presentation will examine the past, present and future of HTTPS, and how cybercriminals are taking advantage of this technology.

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David Dufour

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Vice President of Cybersecurity and Engineering, Carbonite, an OpenText Company

Hal Lonas

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Senior Vice President and CTO, SMB and Consumer, OpenText

Protecting Data & Applied Crypto

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