Lightboard Lessons: Introducing F5 DataSafe

F5 DataSafe protects data and credentials entered into sensitive fields in your web application by encrypting data at the application layer on the client side. Transport Layer Security (TLS) protects traffic in transit, while application layer encryption protects users at the browser level, where TLS terminates. The extra layer of security provided by DataSafe can defend users from malware tampering and man-in-the-browser attacks.  In this video, John outlines the details of what DataSafe is and how it works.  Enjoy!


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Published Jul 05, 2018
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  • Great explanation! Can DataSafe also protect against magacart type of attacks like formjacking or web skimming, as in the case of credit card numbers?