Nubeva Technologies has added support for modern endpoint-based decryption. Nubeva TLS Decrypt, a software solution using symmetric key intercept technology, now allows organizations to offload decryption from proxy-based systems to allow full visibility with improved speed, performance and reduced cost.
With the solution, security teams can monitor traffic at endpoints including Linux, Microsoft Windows and Macintosh operating systems, Google Suite Collaboration and Productivity Apps, and pinned certificate-based applications like Dropbox.
Nubeva TLS Decrypt is claimed to be the first solution to decrypt both client and server-based traffic anywhere in the network. This expands Nubeva’s addressable market to include a new universe of potential use cases at enterprises that need complete visibility into network traffic in data centers, cloud environments and at endpoints.
Launched in June 2019, Nubeva TLS Decrypt features patented symmetric key intercept technology that captures session keys at the handshake. When security teams need to see network traffic, the keys can be called on by a Nubeva decryptor agent to deliver Port 80 traffic to monitoring tools providing detailed packet data well beyond standard header and flow data.
Using the same out-of-band technology, Nubeva engineers have enabled the solution to capture keys from endpoint clients as well. Once identified, the keys can be used to decrypt traffic from an employee device, identifying potential data breaches, anomalies and malware.