Our job, as IT professionals, is to do everything we can to make our systems as secure as possible. That means ensuring that all connections to our servers are secured with Secure Socket Layer (SSL) encryption. Although SSL itself is actually outdated, it’s still an acronym that describes public key encryption. But how should IT deal with SSL? What are the best practices to be used with it? And how can IT assure a secure connection for users online? Find out more in this article from Redmond magazine. Content Provided by Redmond Magazine.
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