I have been coaching youth sports for the past seven plus years now and one of my common mantras when speaking to the girls and boys each season is that “we will win as a team and lose as a team.” In other words, I will never tolerate one player acting selfishly enough to think he or she is above everyone else on the team. I strive to instill the objective that we will collectively pool our talents for the betterment of the team. We use this approach because each boy and girl, believe it or not, brings with himself or herself a unique set of abilities and strengths with which the entire team will benefit.
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Tags: cisco sio, cybersecurity, DDoS, dos, information security, security
At Cisco, we are fortunate to be at the vanguard of many exciting developments in networking and IT technology. Borderless Networks — where we connect anyone, anywhere, any device, and enable voice, video, and data — is a prime example. Enabling secure access to the cloud, powering SaaS for the enterprise, and helping IT successfully cope with the consumerization of enterprise IT are core elements of this effort.
Trends can sometimes run in surprising directions. While the white hat side of the house is enabling services and applications (Salesforce.com), and even core IT functions such as email and office productivity (Google Docs) are available in hosted or web delivered forms, the black hat side of the house is also not letting technology pass them by. For instance, take IMDDOS, a Chinese company with a name that should perhaps be read “I’m DDoS.”
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Tags: dos, malware, security