Critical Software Security and the Cyber Executive Order
Executive Order 14028 directs NIST to define critical software and key security measures. Get NIST’s latest guidance and how Cisco can help.
Why Implementation Groups Are So Important to CIS Controls v8
We forgive you if you didn’t notice Implementation Groups as part of the CIS Controls before, but you should definitely know about them now.
Exposing hidden cyber supply chain risks
This blog covers cyber supply chain risks, including the software and island hopping attacks. Register for the Supply Chain Summit on May 26.
MITRE ATT&CK: The Magic of Application Mitigations
This blog supports our ATT&CK thought leadership material by focusing on our application and workload security story, including how we at Cisco protect our own software.
MITRE ATT&CK: The Magic of Segmentation
It's easy to overlook essential suppliers, partners, and service providers as possible pathways for cyberattacks. But the shocking cyberattack discovered in December shined a bright light on supply chain vulnerabilities, showing how trust can be exploited.
MITRE ATT&CK: The Magic of User Training
How magical can user training be? You'll be surprised at what Cisco and MITRE ATT&CK make possible. Shared responsibility is what really matters.
MITRE ATT&CK: The Magic of Endpoint Protection
In our first blog, we introduced the Magic of Mitigations. They’re the key to getting started with MITRE ATT&CK. Now let’s look at some of the most magical ones, starting today with Behavior Prevention on Endpoint (M1040), Exploit Protection (M1050) and Execution Prevention (M1038). Wait, what’s the difference? At a quick glance, they might all […]
MITRE ATT&CK: The Magic of Mitigations
When learning new things, sometimes we need to slow down and take it all in. For me, understanding MITRE ATT&CK was like that. Sure, the notion of thinking like an attacker made sense, and its structure was clear. Then came the “now what?” moment. Soon I discovered the key to getting started. May I share it with you?
Vote of Confidence: Securing the 2020 Election
Trust in election results begins with faith in our election systems US mail in the spotlight Absentee ballots, also called voting by mail, is a hot topic. The pandemic is forcing everyone to re-think what they’ll do this year. Many states expanded mail-in voting and, according to the Washington Post, up to 77% of Americans can now vote by mail. The […]