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#CiscoChampion Radio S1|Ep 38. Threat Focused Firewall

- October 28, 2014 - 0 Comments

cisco_champions BADGE_200x200#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by Cisco Champions as technologists. Today we’re talking with Cisco Product Marketing Manager Dave Stuart, about the threat focused firewall. Brian Remmel (@bremmel) moderates and Antonio Cheltenham, Jason Alert and Sven Kutzer are this week’s Cisco Champion guest hosts.

Listen to the Podcast.

Learn about the Cisco Champions Program HERE.
See a list of all #CiscoChampion Radio podcasts HERE.

Cisco SME
Dave Stuart, Cisco Product Marketing Manager

Cisco Champions
Antonio Cheltenham, @acheltenham, Systems Administrator
Jason Alert, @RoutingNinja, Senior Network Engineer
Sven Kutzer, @svenkutzer, Senior Systems Engineer

Highlights
What is a threat focused firewall
Why is it important
What is vision/migration path for those looking to move to threat focused firewall solution
Security advantages of passive discovery
Using agents (i.e. AMP Connector technologies) for robust visibility into network behavior
How threat focused firewall solution receives updates about new threats and handles malicious traffic not yet flagged

Resources
Cisco ASA with FirePOWER Services

Transcripts
bwhaynes Q: What are some secrets found within the ASA (with respect to sourcefire)?
RoutingNinja unicorns
RoutingNinja Seriously, get on an ASA and show proc. Unicorn Admin Handler is an actual process!
CommsNinja New idea: Cisco Champions Radio Chat Bingo.
bwhaynes Q: The KAPTOXA POS threat evaded many threat detection devices (so sorry Target). How will the Cisco/SourceFire threat detection protect retail?
RoutingNinja So how about management?
RoutingNinja i.e. what does the management situation on a converged solution look like currently?
Bremmel Last chance for questions!
acheltenham where are the doritos?
Bremmel Blog post about String of Paerls: http://blogs.cisco.com/security/a-string-of-paerls/
dastuart www.cisco.com/go/asafps

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