The Voice of the CISO Customers – CISO Day in Europe
Key insights from CISOs during Cisco Live Europe teach us how to lead with influence, connect security to the business, address skill shortage and protect industrial IoT environments.
Cisco Brings the Power of the Cloud and AI to Contact Centers with Release 12.5
Cisco creates direct path to cloud and fuels contact center super agents with AI-powered capabilities
Cut the Hybrid Cloud Cord With Cisco’s Cloud Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) Cloud First, Cloud Only Solution
The Cloud First uncouples the solution from the on-premises data center and allows you to securely connect and segment workloads not only in the public cloud, but also across public clouds.
Setting a simple standard: Using MQTT at the edge
In an earlier post, I shared examples of how organizations can benefit from edge computing – from enabling autonomous vehicles in transportation and preventive maintenance in manufacturing to streamlining compliance for utilities. I also recently shared examples on where the edge really is in edge computing. For operational leaders, edge compute use cases offer compelling […]
Building a bypass with MSBuild
By Vanja Svajcer. In one of our previous posts, we discussed the usage of default operating system functionality and other legitimate executables to execute the so-called “living-off-the-land” approach to the post-compromise phase of an attack. We called those binaries LoLBins. Since then, Cisco Talos has analyzed telemetry we received from Cisco products and attempted to […]
AppDynamics Delivers an Optimal User Experience to SAP and Non-SAP Environments Alike
With resilient architectures a requirement in today’s competitive business landscape, the user experience is driven more by system performance than availability. “Slow” is the new “down.” Waiting for an application to respond decreases productivity and can turn away potential buyers.
New Cisco Networking Academy CCNA curriculum accelerates path to job readiness for students around the globe
To help meet the need for skilled IT talent and ensure a more inclusive future for all people, I’m excited to announce that Cisco Networking Academy has advanced its Cisco Certificated Network Associate (CCNA) curriculum to prepare job seekers, from anywhere and from any background, with the skills they need for a successful career in the ever-changing IT field. The new curriculum will be integrated into most of Networking Academy’s 12,000+ academies around the world to prepare students to earn the new CCNA certification, which is available on February 24, 2020.
Cisco’s Annual Internet Report Measures Future Growth in Cyberattacks Associated with the Acceleration of Technology
Cisco today launched its Annual Internet Report, which assesses mobile, Wi-Fi and fixed broadband networking with quantitative projections on the growth of users, devices and connections over a five-year forecast period (2018–2023). The most alarming finding: the number of cyberattacks will double by 2023. Specifically: Cyberattacks will double from 9 million in 2018 to 15.4 million […]