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Geeking Out on Cisco Security Solutions at RSA 2011

February 18, 2011
at 1:53 pm PST

RSA—the annual security conference that draws IT professionals from around the world—has been taking place this week in downtown San Francisco. At this year’s event, Cisco had a booth that highlighted innovative security solutions spanning from the data center to cloud networks, showing how to protect the evolving network infrastructure.

Tom Gillis, Vice President and General Manager of Cisco’s Security Technology Business Unit, also addressed the conference during a keynote session, at which he introduced SecureX, Cisco’s security architecture, which makes security context-aware.

I made a trip down to RSA to geek out on some new products and to find out all the relevant security information that you, our partners, will want to know. I met with several Cisco managers at the Cisco booth who walked me though some demos of the products Cisco is showing.

Keep reading for links and more details on Cisco’s security solutions, and how they can benefit you, your customers, and your business

The following products were shown at the booth:

Visitors to the booth also could pick up a copy of the Cisco 2010 Annual Security Report.

So how does the emphasis on security impact you and your customers? By focusing on security, you can provide your  customers with a lot of value. In essence, you can become a strategic partner by providing advice and guidance around appropriate security techniques.

Want to learn more about all of the new security solutions? Be sure to visit this page and follow @CiscoSecurity on Twitter.

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3 Comments.


  1. First I must say I am jealous that the conference was held in San Fran. What a nice place to do work.

    I agree with your assessment of security. You really can become a strategic partner if you have more security know how.

    Thanks for the post,

    Ben

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  2. are many cisco engineers also cissp’s?

    i just signed up for a cissp exam prep class.

    isCissp Training Los Angeles the best in LA?

    which training companies do u guys have experience with?

    costs?

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  3. Alexandra Krasne

    We recommend taking a course through Cisco authorized Learning Partners. Check out the Learning Partners web site for more detail and costs.

    Thanks for stopping by!

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