Public Preview of Nubeva Prisms TLS Decrypt Released
San Jose, Calif.-based Nubeva Technologies Ltd. today announced the public preview release of its cloud-native, universal Transport Layer Security (TLS) decryption solution, Nubeva Prisms TLS Decrypt, which works on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud Platform running either Linux or Windows.
According to the company, the new "breakthrough" technology gives IT, security and DevOps teams a single solution for "advanced inspection, monitoring and compliance for their public cloud accounts," whereas previously it took much more costly and complex artchitectures to do so.
The company explained the patent-pending technology as "encryption key detection and extraction from either end of the TLS handshake" -- either end because in the cloud workloads are "at times both TLS clients and TLS servers." Nubeva Prisms TLS Decrypt is able to handle all TLS encryption ciphers, including TLS 1.3 with Perfect Forward Secrecy (PFS) and Elliptic-curve Diffie-Hellman (ECDH) support," according to the announcement.
"More than 70 percent of network traffic is encrypted, so we created a solution that decrypts cloud traffic and enables security teams to more precisely monitor network performance and detect threats," said Randy Chou, CEO of Nubeva, in a prepared statement. "Our TLS decryption solution uses artificial intelligence-based rules to provide an enterprise-class service for cloud security. It's 100 percent distributed and scales with no impact to existing cloud architecture."
For more detailed information on how this technology works, go here.
Wendy Hernandez is group managing editor for the 1105 Enterprise Computing Group.