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Security Policy at Cisco – A starting place

- February 9, 2005 - 0 Comments

I’m Adam Golodner, Director of Global Security Policy for Cisco. I’m based in Washington, DC and work with our business leaders on security policy issues. Security has been and continues to be a core issue for Cisco — we continue to build security into our own networks, help our customers protect theirs, and support efforts to strengthen critical public infrastructure. The market is the most powerful driver of innovation and we are focused on meeting the security demands of our customers, and market-based solutions will provide the best results for them. With this blog, I will attempt to let you know what I think is important that is going on in security policy. I will report my thoughts from conferences, from news reports and whatever I think might be of interest to those following the security policy debate. I welcome feedback.

Cisco’s official security policy can be viewed in full at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/about/gov/networks/security.html.

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