The world is experiencing explosive Internet growth. This growth has challenged businesses to seek a network that adds stronger value and delivers greater intelligence, reliability, security and versatility.
The network is more important today than at any time in history for the future of business innovation. Businesses that invest in an intelligent network are making an investment toward their future.
What platform will your business use to drive that innovation?
Tags: built for business, innovation, Intelligent Network, platform for business, reliability, security
What a week! From October 31-November 3, Cisco hosted its annual internal security event—SecCon 2011. Co-hosted by Greg Akers, SVP of Cisco’s Global Government Solutions Group and Ed Paradise, Vice President of Engineering, this marked the fourth year in which we shared the latest in product security practices, policies, processes, and thought leadership with employees who participated in live and virtual sessions around the world.
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Tags: common crypto, CSDL, product certifications, product security, public policy, Secure Development Lifecycle, security, trustworthy systems
“Security must be built into every aspect of our systems architecture and be seamlessly compatible with our business architecture.”
– Rebecca Jacoby, Cisco Chief Information Officer
When Cisco’s CIO Rebecca Jacoby and I agreed that security would be built into every aspect of our IT systems architecture, we knew this was no small task. To some degree, security requirements were bolted on, not baked in, and what “security” meant was different from person to person in our organizations. We knew that we had to raise awareness and knowledge about security—not just among the security practitioners in our IT organization, but also with the IT generalists and those architecting applications and systems. That way, systems would be designed and embedded with security from day one. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, cyber security, cybersecurity, security
Automation Fair is just around the corner – two weeks from now. Convergence will be alive at AF this year. My colleagues Peter Granger and Andrew Lach have blogged about Cisco’s overall presence and our social media channel, respectively.
In my video, I highlight the Innovation and Collaboration that the convergence of plant and enterprise networks enables, which we will be showcasing in our Cisco booth on the AF show floor, including:
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Tags: Automation Fair, booth, chicago, Cisco, Cisco Cius, Cius, collaboration, Common Industrial Protocol, Converged Plantwide Ethernet, digital media, DMS, EtherNet IP, Ethernet to the factory, ETTF, Fluke, food and beverage, Identity Services Engine, Industrial Automation, Industrial Intelligence, industrial networking, machine builders, Manufacturing, McCormick Center, McCormick., OEM, Panduit, Rockwell Automation, Rockwell Automation Fair, rockwell networking, roockwell, security, social media
Error messages. Network outages. Photocopiers that spew toner in your face. These are the things that a bad day at work are made of.
But what happens when one employee has had enough and channels his inner William Wallace? Find out if he frees his fellow co-workers from the tyranny of a network gone bad. Will he enable his team to experience the freedom and enhanced business productivity that a robust network can provide? Read More »
Tags: partners, rebate, routing and switching, security, SMARTnet, wireless