March 13-15, 2019
Montreal, Canada

What's new in TLS 1.3

TLS encryption is an important part of websites, service and app deployment, and plays a vital role in protecting data in transit. TLS 1.2 has been around since 2008, and it's being replaced by the excitingly-named TLS 1.3. This talk will give you a rundown on the shortcomings of TLS 1.2 and earlier versions, how and why 1.3 changes things, and what changes you may need to make in your deployments to take advantage of the 1.3 enhancements.

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Marcus Bointon

Synchromedia Limited

I work on and, support 1CRM, and pentest and write for Radically Open Security. I'm the maintainer of PHPMailer (the second-most forked PHP project on GitHub!) and contribute to many other open-source projects. I'm a PHP programmer, privacy advocate, DPO, Linux sysadmin, technical writer/editor, and MySQL DBA. I've spoken at many technical conferences around the world. I live in the French alps with my wife, kids, guitars, skis, and bikes.

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