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Watch the Archive of Learn How to Keep Your Network SAFE

April 30, 2009
at 12:00 pm PST

Cisco Live in Second Life TechChat: “Learn How to Keep Your Network SAFE”This TechChat featured Bill McGee, Manager, Security Solutions and Calvin Chai, Security Solutions Marketing Manager, both from Cisco. During this TechChat our speakers discussed how a solutions-based approach to security, based on the SAFE architecture, provides more comprehensive security, better risk management, and tighter visibility and control of your network than traditional, siloed security products.

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Watch this archived discussion to hear how the SAFE architecture-based solution can address some of the critical threats for each place in the network (PIN), including:• Data and identity theft• Financial fraud• Compliance• Virtualization and cloud computing security • Network abuse• Service availability• Security management and operation• Cost• Lack of consistency and collaboration across products Click play below to view the archive of the event.
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  1. We are seeing a sharp increase in requests for Cisco Security Products. Especially Cisco SDN architectures for SMB size businesses are in increasing demand. An ASA alongside with and AIP-SSM IPS module and a Cisco MARS box for event correlation seems to interest more and more customers. Security seems to finally shift to the agenda of decision makers.

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