The potential impact of Encrypted Client Hello (ECH) on public and private network operators and others
The presentation includes a brief overview of the proposed Encrypted Client Hello (ECH) extension to TLS 1.3, explaining its purpose and current state of development. The presentation goes on to consider some of the implications of ECH being deployed on public and private networks, looking at particular sme of the potential operational impacts the private networks of education and financial services organisations, as well as identifying some of the main issues affecting fixed and mobile network operators.
Having looked at some of the security and threat detection challenges posed by ECH, the presentation goes on to consider the broader, unintended consequences for end users and device owners. It concludes by recommending how interested parties at DNS-OARC can engage in the development of ECH so that any concerns they may have are taken into account.
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