The Cisco Security Intelligence Operations (SIO) Portal has matured over the past several years, and I’d like to highlight this change from the portal’s development to its evolving stages. I’ll also share the latest features on the portal and invite you tell us what you think about the portal through your choice of a survey or feedback function.
The SIO portal is Cisco’s primary outlet for security intelligence and the public home to our threat and vulnerability content. You can check out the portal here http://www.cisco.com/security.
The Cisco Security Intelligence Operations (SIO) Portal is the primary outlet for Cisco’s security intelligence and the public home to all of our security-related content. This content ranges from Event Responses () to IntelliShield Alerts () to Cisco product Security Advisories (). The SIO Portal is intended to be the first place you visit when looking for security information from Cisco.
Customer input is very important to us. With this in mind, we’ve launched two new customer listening tools on the SIO Portal: an enhanced feedback mechanism and a short six-question survey.
What might interest you to spend time at a website such as Cisco’s Security Intelligence Operations (SIO) web portal? You might be compelled because of the relevant security content made available to you that matters most. Directly linked to that experiential perspective are the behind-the-scenes efforts that are related to the publishing and presentation of security content, which is a dynamic undertaking because the Internet never sleeps and the next cyber-security event looms just around the corner. Security practitioners, and non-practitioners alike, reap the benefits from the security content that the Cisco SIO content managers orchestrate for the SIO portal. This article provides insights into how they contribute to the publishing of trusted, consistent, and predictable content for you, our customers, on a daily basis throughout the year.
Managing security content is significant in several respects to SIO, where there is an array of options to apply and reap maximum benefit from content within the key security tenets: confidentiality, integrity, and availability. At its core, SIO’s security content transcends diverse communications mediums and is woven into the methods related to how we consume and interact with it. Cisco has a team of dedicated content managers chartered with meeting the demands and challenges of delivering timely, credible, and actionable security intelligence through the editorial and web publishing services that they provide within SIO.
The Security Content Manager needs to be mindful of the content providers and publishing platforms covered while aggregating and distilling security information for use by a global audience over multiple communications channels within the context of their use cases. This approach is integral to facilitating the degree and impact of the security content’s effectiveness and utility.