How does TLS 1.3 work?

Date: August 10, 2023
Time: 15:00 UTC - 16:00 UTC
Location: UTC
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TLS 1.3, the latest version of the Transport Layer Security protocol, brings forth significant advancements and improvements over its predecessors. In this discussion, we will delve into some of the key changes introduced by TLS 1.3, namely the increased encryption in the handshake process, deprecation of specific key exchange algorithms, and the introduction of new extensions. Additionally, we will explore the implications of TLS 1.3 on network management within enterprises.

Nalini started her career doing network design and monitoring for the Chevron network.  She specializes in network performance analysis, measurement, monitoring, tuning, and troubleshooting of large enterprise networks. 

One of her specialties is training and network design for IPv6 migration for large enterprises.  Many of the Fortune 1000 level companies as well as the large US government organizations have taken her classes on various networking topics.

She has developed network monitoring and diagnostic products which IBM and other software companies later marketed.   She received the A.A. Michelson award from the Computer Measurement Group for her contributions to the field.   Nalini is on the Advisory Board of the India Internet Engineering Society (IIESoc).