We are very excited to announce the availability of Cisco’s best-selling Cisco Adaptive Security Virtual Appliance (ASAv) for the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud platform.
Our customers can now use Cisco ASAv to protect their on-demand AWS workloads and achieve consistency across hybrid cloud environments. The Cisco Adaptive Security Virtual Appliance (ASAv) runs the same software as physical Cisco ASAs to deliver proven security functionality in a virtual form factor.
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Tags: amazon, ASA, cloud, CLUS15
The rise of malware created specifically for endpoints like mobile devices is forcing IT Security teams to focus increasingly on endpoint security solutions. According to a survey by the Ponemon Institute published in January, 75 percent of respondents (an increase from 68 percent in last year’s study) believe their mobile endpoints have been the target of malware over the past 12 months. Read More »
Tags: AMP, anyconnect, CLUS15, security
As IT organizations look to the cloud to become more efficient and achieve the agility their business demands, one of the biggest security challenges they typically face is right at the heart of any enterprise – the data center. In cloud environments, where applications have to be location-independent and mobile, it can be overwhelming to manage traffic that needs to go to specific security services when you have applications that are mobile, but physical security that’s not. To secure these virtual and mobile applications, a new security framework must be deployed – one that works equally well within the physical and virtualization layer of the data center, and addresses additional requirements of scalable, multitenant environments. Read More »
Tags: ACI, AMP, CLUS15, security
Today, Microsoft has released their monthly set of security bulletins designed to address security vulnerabilities within their products. This month’s release sees a total of 8 bulletins being released which address 45 CVE. Two of the bulletins are listed as Critical and address vulnerabilities in Internet Explorer and Windows Media Player. The remaining six bulletins are marked as Important and address vulnerabilities in Microsoft Office, Windows Kernel, Active Directory, Microsoft Exchange Server, and Microsoft Common Controls.
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The rapid expansion of connected devices is a double-edged sword for businesses. On one hand, mobility, cloud, and BYOD innovations enable unprecedented flexibility, collaboration, and ease of access for employees. Fifty percent of employers will adopt BYOD policies by 2017, and 90 percent of American workers are already using their own smartphones for work. But this flexibility comes with a cost: as endpoints multiply, controlling network access becomes increasingly difficult. The vast majority – 90 percent – of organizations lack full awareness of all of the devices accessing their network. At the same time, insiders perpetrate 34 percent of all cybercrimes highlighting the key role of identity access management in maintaining a strong cybersecurity posture.
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Tags: CLUS15, identity access management, Identity Services Engine, ISE, managed identity