At Adobe, we take the security and privacy of your digital assets seriously. From our rigorous integration of security into our internal software development process and tools to our cross-functional incident response teams, we strive to be proactive and nimble. In addition, our collaborative work with partners, researchers, and other industry organizations helps us understand the latest threats and security best practices. Our proactive approach allows us to continually build security into the products and services we offer.
Transport Layer Security Notice — Adobe has security compliance standards that require the end-of-life of older security protocols. To continue to meet the evolving security protocol standards, Adobe is moving toward the use of Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2, in order to have the most up-to-date and secure version in use. From February 20th, 2019, Adobe will support only TLS 1.1 or later. With this change, Adobe will no longer collect data from end users with older devices or web browsers deploying TLS 1.0. Migrating to TLS 1.2 provides improved security. It is important that you go through the specifics and plan out the changes for a smooth transition.
TLS is currently the most-widely deployed security protocol used in web browsers and other applications that require data to be securely exchanged over a network.