[NCSC-NL] Future-proof configurations using the updated TLS guidelines

NCSC-NL publishes an update to the IT security guidelines for Transport Layer Security (TLS). The secure configuration of TLS is important to safeguard connectivity on the internet. Ask your supplier to support TLS 1.3 as part of a future-proof TLS configuration.

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