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Introducing the new security architecture

One of the reasons I like the security industry is that it’s always changing—and right now, it’s changing faster than ever. The next five years are going to be a period of significant change, driven by three major trends: the consumerization of the end point, the adoption of cloud computing, and the increasing use of high-definition video conferencing systems like Cisco TelePresence.

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Cisco at RSA 2011

The past year has been an interesting one in IT in general and security in particular. We have seen the continued growth of internet traffic, the dawn of the cloud, the consumerization of IT and the growth of social networks all making the challenge of delivering secure, reliable, seamless connectivity to increasingly distributed users on a proliferating forest of increasingly diverse devices. With new challenges like government backed cyberwar efforts such as Stuxnet, hacktivism and not so anonymous DDoS attacks, a big mobility push and an emphasis on telework, IT and security groups have their hands full.

Come join us at RSA 2011 in Moscone Center in San Francisco. The show is running 14-18 February and we are excited to be showing some of our latest and greatest security solutions and technologies at Booth 1717.

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Securing Virtual Desktops

Virtual desktops are by definition, more secure than traditional desktops or laptops, right?  Read More »

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