SSL/TLS Infrastructure – How the web is secured through encryption- Book Author

Nov 9, 2021 · , United States of America

Public Key Infrastructure and the Web

SSL/TLS security is one of the most ubiquitous pieces of encryption technology and one of the least understood. A lot of infrastructure is in place to ensure that transactions can be performed in a trusted manner on the Internet. In this talk we’ll discuss the details of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) and how it’s leveraged to provide encryption for common technologies like HTTPS and SSH.

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About Presenter
Jeff Smith has been in the technology industry for over 20 years, oscillating between management and individual contributor. Jeff currently serves as the Director of Production Operations for Centro, an advertising software company headquartered in Chicago, Illinois. Before that he served as the Manager of Site Reliability Engineering at Grubhub.

Jeff is passionate about DevOps transformations in organizations large and small, with a particular interest in the psychological aspects of problems in companies. He lives in Chicago with his wife Stephanie and their two kids Ella and Xander.

Jeff is also the author of Operations Anti-Patterns, DevOps Solutions with Manning publishing. (

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