Criminals continue to evolve as does the threat landscape. Their targets are your business assets and disrupting the availability of your business operations. Why you ask? Well, it depends on what you have to offer and its value, or who you may have negatively provoked. The risk, impact, and amount of exposure will vary from incident to incident. Some questions to think about. Read More »
The advent of social networking, BYOD implementations, and web interactions has transcended the Internet traffic flows of yesterday. Adversely, the security risks and threat landscape have not only evolved, but become an ever increasing factor in protecting today’s information systems. This continued movement has led to the introduction of a new security topic for the upcoming Cisco Live 2012 conference. This topic and subsequent lab session, “Firewall Network Threat Defense, Countermeasures, and Controls” is part of the “Cyber Aikido” security suite of sessions being offered at Cisco Live 2012, and has been developed around threat defense solutions applicable to Cisco Firewalls. The course is largely based on the upcoming “Cisco Firewall Best Practices Guide“.
The “Firewall Network Threat Defense, Countermeasures, and Controls” instructor-led lab will provide administrators and engineers of Cisco Firewalls the knowledge and understanding to protect their networks against threats and attacks leveraging industry standard and Cisco Firewall Best Practices. This includes understanding control plane, management plane, and data plane architectures, and applying security features and constructs to secure the traffic traversing and interfacing with your devices or hosts.