Network Security Features
> Introduction to SSL/TLS
Introduction to SSL/TLS
Secure Socket Layer (SSL) or Transport Layer Security (TLS) is an effective method of protecting data sent over
a local or wide area network (LAN or WAN). It works by encrypting data, such as a print job, sent over a network,
so anyone trying to capture it will not be able to read it.
SSL/TLS can be configured on both wired and wireless networks and will work with other forms of security such
as WPA keys and firewalls.
Manage Your Network Machine Securely Using SSL/TLS
Brief History of SSL/TLS
Benefits of Using SSL/TLS
Manage Your Network Machine Securely Using SSL/