Newly approved Internet privacy protocol enhances privacy and reduces risk

Caleb Queern talks about the new Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocol, the business benefits it will deliver, and why it’s best if you start to implement it now.

After 10 long years – nearly an eternity in cybersecurity years – a new Internet privacy protocol has finally been approved. Called Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.3, it’s the newest version of the technology protocol behind that little green lock signal that assures people their privacy is protected when visiting your site.

There are multiple business benefits to providing your site visitors with increased privacy, including reduced risk and increased competitive advantage.

So, what does the business side of your enterprise need to know about it?

In this podcast, Caleb Queern, a cybersecurity professional in KPMG’s Advisory group, sat down to discuss:

  • The business benefits TLS 1.3 can deliver to your enterprise
  • The advantages of starting to implement it now, instead of waiting until the regulators require it
  • Why starting small and learning how to do it well will help you enterprise-wide
Caleb Queern

Caleb Queern

Director, Cyber Security, KPMG US