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Cisco Chief Security Officer on President Obama’s Data Collection Speech

- January 17, 2014 - 2 Comments

“President Obama’s announcement represents one of many important steps required to address global concerns about privacy and data collection. Our customers require that privacy, security, and transparency be at the foundation of the equipment, services, and capabilities they purchase from technology companies. We remain committed to working with our customers, technology providers, and governments to deliver on the promise of a global, secure Internet.”

(Editor’s note: you can view President Obama’s speech here.)

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  1. The Cisco security architecture helps data center networking teams take advantage of security capabilities built into the underlying data center fabric, to accelerate safe data center innovation.

  2. seriously. Maybe the first time they had some reasons to hack sony, whatever those were, but now they're just being assholes.

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