Giving SecOps a New Weapon with Security Group Access Control Lists
Segmenting networks using Security Group Access Control Lists (SGACL) reduces the threat surface by limiting the reach of attacks in east-west traffic to within segments. By sending the permit and deny logs generated by the SGACLs to SIEM applications, SecOps can analyze and correlate them with indicators of compromise generated by other security appliances.
Identify Endpoints, Enforce Policies, and Stop Threats with Network Segmentation
Granular network segmentation is the preferred defensive method to prevent the lateral spread of threats through networks. It is also ideal to enforce policies that restrict access to applications by trusted devices and individuals. Automation for identifying, grouping, and enforcing segmentation policies is key to securing networks of all sizes.
Creating More Agile and Upgradable Networks with a Controller-Based Architecture
Controllers bring purposeful intelligence into an Intent-Based Network by acting as intermediaries between human operators specifying intents, and all the switches, routers, and access points that provide the required connectivity.
From Controllers to Multi-Domain: 7 Pillars of Intent-Based Networking
Wireless technologies, AI, rich behavioral and telemetry databases, more flexible and economical WAN links, and abundant cloud compute resources are becoming available to address the new reality of increasingly complex networks.
Cisco’s New Intent-Based Networking Platform in Use: An Example
With the DNA Center's new platform capabilities, we can link the networking and IT issue tracking systems together. Learn how one of our partners is doing it.
Networking Done Right: Our Vision Behind DNA-Center
The #network is the foundation that fuels digital transformations. However, in order to enable such transformations, the network must transform itself as well.
7 for 2017: A Look Back on a Big Year for Networking
If this year is a sign of things to come, I cannot be more excited and confident in our continued innovation in 2018. I guarantee you’ll see us continue to lead the industry forward.
Introducing Cisco LaunchPad Startup Cohort 3
Cisco LaunchPad’s startup cohort #2 graduated with resounding success. All eight startups received an enthusiastic response from investors, partners, and the Cisco Community. Currently, Cisco LaunchPad has 16 startup alums, of which seven are actively engaged with Cisco on technology and Go-to-Market collaboration. Through Cisco LaunchPad, we are building engagement with highly relevant startup communities […]