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Monday, October 4 • 4:45pm - 5:05pm
SSH vs SSL - More different than one letter

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As the IT industry correctly places a higher emphasis on security an important part of that is securing how your applications connect and your data passes across the network. SSH and SSL are 2 foundations upon which secure communications can be based._x000D_ _x000D_ There seems to be a common misconception that these technologies are more or less secure versions of the same thing. Receiving questions on wanting to secure Telnet with SSH instead of SSL because SSH is more secure, or needing to move from FTP-s to sFTP for the same reason._x000D_ _x000D_ This session with explain the foundational approaches that each of these technologies takes, how they are both secure, and how they are different and are not usually direct replacements for each other.

Learning Objectives:
Understand the differences between SSH and SSL

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Wayne Bowers

Software Engineer, IBM
Wayne Bowers has been with IBM since 1997, where he works with the IBM i Global Support Center in Rochester MN. He is an Advisory Software Engineer specializing in the support of the IBM i Access (aka Client Access) products, Console, the TCP Telnet communications server, and the... Read More →

Monday October 4, 2021 4:45pm - 5:05pm CDT
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