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With the ISR 4000s, you’re in good hands.

Why all the cleverly-crafted references to insurance companies and security at the branch?

Much like how there are unknowns around our cars, houses, and lives, there are also a growing number of challenges that your branch offices face – these realities are amplified by trends such as BYOD, the need for direct Internet access (DIA), or the increased likelihood of the branch office being targeted as an entry point for attacks. Check out our latest episode of TechWise TV below to learn more about how your router can provide the best insurance for you against security threats in the branch. 

(TechWise TV’s Robb Boyd and security experts Jason Wright and Kural Arangasamy discuss the latest router security innovations)

Making sure your branch network, applications, devices, and users are protected from today (and tomorrow’s) sophisticated threats means having a multi-layered security strategy and model while still maintaining network performance and lowering costs. In other words, you need insurance for your network to protect against the known and unknown.

The Cisco 4000 Series Integrated Services Routers (ISR 4000s) provide those layers of security protection for your branch offices, with:

  • IOS zone-based firewall
  • Snort IPS
  • Umbrella Branch
  • Firepower Threat Defense
  • Stealthwatch Learning Network License

With security integrated into your router, you can simplify branch management with an all-in-one platform, get visibility and analytics into your network, gain security intelligence to respond quickly to threats – all while lowering costs and maintaining performance.

Interested in hearing about one of the newest innovations in router security? Click below for a replay of a TechWise TV workshop on Stealthwatch Learning Network License and learn more about identifying behavioral anomalies and automating threat detection with intelligent machine learning sensors:

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If you have any additional questions, feel free to check out the router security webpage here or check out Robb Boyd’s blog here.


Jason Liu

Product Marketing Manager

Enterprise Networking and Mobility