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Inside Cisco IT Takes You on Our Security Journey

Would you jump on a horse without consulting someone else who is at least somewhat familiar with horses?  You know, like a cowgirl or boy?

Probably not.

At least not if you’re interested in staying in the saddle versus tumbling to the never-soft earth.

While Cisco IT doesn’t have any expertise in horseback riding (I mean, you are welcome to ask me for a couple of pointers, but I’m not promising results), we DO have expertise in a variety of challenges IT departments face on a regular basis.

Like Security.

Last week, we hosted a live Inside Cisco IT Webinar on our Security Journey with two of our own Cisco IT Security Experts.  If you missed it, you should definitely give the recording a gander.

After checking out the recording, this is what you should come away with:

Security Webinar Key Takeaways

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