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Why Many Websites are still Insecure (and How to Fix Them)

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The latest version of the transport layer security (TLS) protocol was launched at the end of 2017, and version 1.3 proposes the largest change with improvements to performance and security.

However, there has not been widespread adoption of this protocol which leaves many users exposed to data and privacy breaches.

In this webinar, we will look at the new developments in TLS and SSL, why the internet needs better security and the technical challenges of good encryption.

Key takeaways:

  • Why the TLS 1.2 was so slow to be adopted
  • Will TLS 1.3 adoption be faster than that of TLS 1.2?
  • What problems and vulnerabilities did TLS 1.3 address
  • What are the risks from slow adoption
  • How you can help solve this problem


Josh Aas

Executive Director and co-founder, Let's Encrypt

    Vlad Krasnov

    System Engineer, Cloudflare

    Dan  Raywood

    Contributing Editor, Infosecurity Magazine

    Nick Sullivan

    Head of Cryptography, Cloudflare

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