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Impact of TLS 1.3 to Operational Network Security Practices

Document Type Replaced Internet-Draft (individual)
Expired & archived
Authors Nancy Cam-Winget , Eric Wang , Roman Danyliw , Roelof DuToit
Last updated 2020-05-29
Replaces draft-camwinget-tls-ns-impact
Replaced by draft-ietf-opsec-ns-impact
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Network-based security solutions are used by enterprises, the public sector, internet-service providers, and cloud-service providers to both complement and enhance host-based security solutions. As TLS is a widely deployed protocol to secure communication, these network- based security solutions must necessarily interact with it. This document describes this interaction for current operational security practices and notes the impact of TLS 1.3 on them.


Nancy Cam-Winget
Eric Wang
Roman Danyliw
Roelof DuToit

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