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Cisco at the RSA Security Conference 2010

If you’re in the information security biz, almost all your colleagues are probably converging in San Francisco today for the opening day of the RSA Security Conference. Cisco is there too. And today we had exciting news of our own, including the introduction of the Secure Borderless Network, the new Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility solution and the expansion of Cisco TrustSec.

The following is a video I recorded that provides an overview of today’s news. I also took a few minutes for a Q&A to explain Cisco’s security product strategy.

For more information about the RSA Conference visit the conference site.

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  1. We are a Cisco partner in the small business market. I would like to comment on the recent small business security initiative of Cisco. Cisco has definitely improved their offerings over the past year or two for small businesses with the introduction of ASA5505 type products and the smaller licensing offerings”" including SSL VPN and ASA Bot Traffic Filtering. However, we are still losing clients at an ever increasing rate to vendors such as SonicWall and Fortinet based simply on low cost, no additional hardware licensing features such as IPS, AV, Reporting and Content Filtering.Does Cisco have a roadmap to address these issues and needs in the small business community or are the solutions to continue to revolve around module and well scaled solutions such as MARS, Websense and third party offerings.Thank you.”

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