Cybersecurity for Federal Networks: It All Starts with Visibility
Staying secure means ensuring deeper visibility into your network. But visibility must go beyond the mere identification of packet flows. User identity should also be linked to packet flows wherever possible. Find out what that means in our latest blog on Cybersecurity in government.
Cloud ready networks for government: Connecting everyone and everything
Cloud ready networks and intent-based networking are the new drivers for government IT Modernization. Find out how they can impact your cloud strategy.
Hosted Collaboration Solution for Defense (HCS-D) Launched
Cisco announces provisional authority to operate (PATO) for Hosted Collaboration Solution for Defense (HCS-D). Cisco HCS-D is a FedRAMP+ authorized, cloud hosted offering with provisional authorization to operate at Impact Level 5 (IL 5).
Zero Trust for Government Networks: 6 Steps You Need to Know
Zero Trust security is an architectural model for network security. Find out the 6 Steps to Zero Trust and its “never trust, always verify, enforce least privilege” approach.
Announcing Defense Collaboration Re-Imagined
Cisco’s Hosted Collaboration Solution for Defense (HCS-D) will impact the mission of Defense by providing the next evolution of secure cloud and secure communication. This will prepare the Department of Defense (DoD) for the long term by providing a secure and scalable collaboration platform to connect users across the Department.
The big data pipeline for the new oil: Cisco Smart & Connected Communities
Smart cities need a high grade fuel to run on - data that is refined for peak performance. Find out the two pillars for smart city success with big data.
At Cisco, your Battle Buddy has your 6
What's a battle buddy? In the US Military, a battle buddy protects your back. And your Cisco battle buddy can do the same thing. Find out how.
History of the IoT (Part 1): My time with the technology that founded our IoT world
The Internet of Things (IoT) is all around us. But where did it all begin? Join us as we get a firsthand account of the history of the IoT (three part series).