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Dan Stotts

Product Marketing Manager

Security Product Marketing organization

Dan Stotts, is a Product Marketing Manager for Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) and Cisco TrustSec. He drives overall product go-to-market strategy, planning and execution. As a subject matter expert on security, Dan develops and delivers key sales and channel training that covers industry trends, product value proposition, and competitive positioning.  He also supports marketing programs, press and analyst relations.

Dan has a BS from Brigham Young University, Provo and an MBA from the University of California, Berkeley.

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June 14, 2016

SECURITY

Planes, trains, and automobiles – if it’s on your network, Cisco ISE can see it

Planes, trains, and automobiles – if it’s on your network, Cisco ISE can see it in minutes and control its access dynamically at scale. Networks are increasingly distributed and more devices are connecting to your network every day. Research finds that 300 billion devices will be connected to the Internet by 2030, up from 50 […]

ISE Express Packs the Best Price with the Best Performance

You just set up your entire network using Cisco products and it was incredibly easy. But now you have a question: how do you make sure that your network and your data stays secure? Certainly the safeguard for running security must be time-consuming to set up, a bear to maintain and incredibly expensive. How about […]

December 11, 2015

SECURITY

New Cisco Rapid Threat Containment Solution Detects and Automatically Contains Threats

Integration of Cisco FireSIGHT Management Center and Identity Services Engine (ISE) Now Available As explained in our 2015 Cisco Midyear Security Report, attackers are using innovative tactics like exploit kits, ransomware, and advanced malware to evade detection. Organizations are using as many as 40 to 60+ disparate security solutions that typically don’t – and can’t […]

November 5, 2015

SECURITY

ISE 2.0 Extends Greater Visibility, Usability and Control

More employees need access to more enterprise resources from more devices than ever, and attacker ingenuity and persistence have reached new heights. As a result, organizations are losing sight of who and what is accessing the network – and the threats that may take hold. And the problem is only going to grow as 500 […]

May 28, 2015

SECURITY

New Email Security Release Adds Graymail Protection, Web Interaction Tracking, AMP Threat Grid, and More

Each day more than 100 billion corporate email messages are exchanged1. Who doesn’t need to do a little housekeeping and eliminate unwanted emails? But you need to think twice before you click on “unsubscribe.” As you likely read in the 2015 Cisco Annual Security Report, attackers are using applications users inherently trust or view as benign, […]

January 29, 2015

SECURITY

Cisco Email Security Stays Ahead of Current Threats by Adding Stronger Snowshoe Spam Defense, AMP Enhancements, and More …

If you read the recently released Cisco Annual Security Report, you will have learned how spammers have adopted a “Snowshoe” strategy, using a large number of IP addresses with a low message volume per IP address, to send spam, preventing some spam systems from sinking the spam. This yielded a 250 percent increase in spam […]

November 12, 2014

SECURITY

Extending control and advanced threat protection for web security

Today the web is a favorite vector for threat actors to launch their attacks. According to the Cisco 2014 Midyear Security Report, More than 90 percent of customer networks observed in the first half of 2014 were identified as having traffic going to websites that host malware. More recently, Talos uncovered a massive malvertising network known […]