Why Decryption Matters

On-Demand Webcast|0.75 Hour

Within the MITRE ATT&CK framework, which attacks would you miss by not fully decrypting traffic?  Can fully decrypted traffic help detect attacks sooner? This webcast explores how to use decryption to more accurately detect malicious activity and defend against it.



Jamie Moles

Senior Technical Marketing Manager


Jamie has a wealth of experience having worked in the Computer Industry for over 34 years - cutting his teeth in IT-MIS he quickly discovered a talent for handling complex technical issues, building sophisticated infrastructure solutions to meet enterprise business requirements and talking to people at all levels of an organization to share knowledge.

With his passion for security and networking being long standing, having been a leader in the early Antivirus industry with his own scanning software and having built and maintained the Cisco routing and switching infrastructure for Europe’s first Application Service Provider, his career has always been focused on the cutting edge of security and infrastructure solutions which he enjoys mastering and telling anyone who will listen how great these new technologies are.

Jamie lives in Portsmouth, England with his long-suffering wife, two kids and a Cavachon called Lottie, and in his spare time he enjoys retro computer gaming, poker and virtual reality.


Adrian Sanabria

Senior Research Engineer

Cyber Risk Alliance

Adrian joined SC Media's parent company, CyberRisk Alliance in 2020. He will focus primarily on cybersecurity product reviews, but will also provide industry insight trends for both SC Media and Security Weekly (another CyberRisk Alliance company). He brings two decades of industry experience, working as a practitioner, penetration tester, and industry analyst. He spent the last few years as an entrepreneur, challenging norms in sales and marketing for a variety of vendors. Adrian loves to cook, eat, hike, play music and regale his teenagers with stories of what the early days of the Internet were like.

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