Using HTTPS by Default: How Web Servers Can Make the Web More Secure” by Matthew Holt ( (Full-time open source developer, project lead of the Caddy web server)
Developers, IT operations, DevOps
Eventually, browsers and other Web clients will require all sites to use TLS. But turning on properly-configured TLS is not as simple as flipping a switch… unless your server does it automatically and by default. This talk briefly goes over how that is possible and what kind of usable security we should expect from all web servers in this decade.
The Program and all details can be found here: SBA Live Academy
About the SBA Live Academy
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- 13.00 – 13.30
- 20-minute live talk with one of our IT & Information Security Experts
- Including Q&A on technical and organizational issues