Encryption can keep bad actors from peeking at critical data, but it can also allow them to hide malicious activity from network defenders. That’s why LiveAction, a network visibility company, has introduced ThreatEye NV, a platform that gives SecOps teams powerful tools to find threats and anomalies in encrypted traffic.
“In 2014, about 30% of traffic was encrypted. Now it’s 80% to 90%. By the end of 2025, it will be almost all traffic,” says LiveAction Director of Product Marketing Thomas Pore. “For a network defender, this creates a problem. If you’re unable to get visibility into these encrypted tunnels and connections, how can you identify threats?”