EDR. NDR? XDR! … is it more than just marketing?
As is often true with new security concepts, vendors are quickly adopting the new terminology to showcase their products' capabilities. This is where things get confusing and tricky. Here, we cut through the noise and provide some clarity on XDR, and show 10 ways Cisco delivers XDR capabilities today.
Gartner’s report on innovation insight for XDR
Gartner recently shared their “Innovation Insight for Extended Detection and Response” in a new report. XDR (as our industry loves acronyms) is the first of nine top 2020 trends. If you’re a security and risk management leader, it’s a must-read and you can read it now.
Enterprise agreement + built-in platform = simpler security
While other portfolio vendors have enterprise agreements or security platforms, what each offers pale in comparison to Cisco. Let’s highlight three huge differentiators that enable the Cisco Secure portfolio to be the simplest to buy and use – ultimately, helping you over time to consolidate security vendors without compromising security efficacy or causing vendor lock-in.
Cisco Integrates Security to Save You Time
Cisco SecureX integrates security to eliminate complexity, optimize your security experience, and save you time.
Security’s Vicious Cycle
Don’t get stuck in a vicious cycle. Consider our integrated security platform — Cisco SecureX is a built-in experience within our security portfolio that connects with your entire security infrastructure, easing the burden on teams and transforming workflows.
Are You Going About the Talent Shortage Wrong? It’s Time to Stop MacGyvering
Transforms your security teams from business blockers to business enablers with Cisco SecureX - the industry broadest security platform that unifies visibility, enables automation, and simplifies security
We must challenge the conventional wisdom of security: every new threat vector requires a new solution. That you must keep adding new tools, new methodologies — and more people — to protect users, devices, apps, and networks.
Forrester’s Zero Trust or Gartner’s Lean Trust?
Whether you tell your boardroom that you’re going to adopt zero trust or lean trust, you need to decide how and where to start your multi-year journey. This blog explores 2 common approaches to zero trust, Forrester's Zero Trust eXtented (ZTX) and Gartner's CARTA approach, and how Cisco can help you on your journey to better trust-centric security.
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