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#CiscoChampion Radio, S2|Ep. 43. SAFE Simplifies Security


November 18, 2015 - 0 Comments

#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by Cisco Champions as technologists. Today we’re talking about SAFE Simplifies Security with Cisco Security Solution Architect, Christian Janoff.

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Cisco SME
Christian Janoff, Security Solution Architect

Cisco Champion Guest Hosts
Jake Gillen (@jakegillen & @ITSEC_jakeg), Senior Security
Brad Haynes (@GK_bradhaynes), Client Solutions Specialist
Ed Walsh (@vEddieW), CTO Evangelist

Moderator
Brian Remmel (@bremmel)

Highlights

  • Talking about SAFE
  • The history of SAFE
  • How SAFE was brought back with added capabilities
  • Identify threat risks in your environment and apply to your needs
  • SAFE got people into security mode and now we are taking it to the next level
  • What does SAFE stand for? What is SAFE? Christian walks you through it.
  • It’s a model and idea to simplify security today
  • Secure Services, Threat Defense, Segmentation, Compliance, Security Intelligence, Management
  • SAFE Overview Graphic
  • More information about SAFE can be found on Cisco SAFE home page:
  • We are aligned with Cisco Talos group
  • Cisco Resources shared:
  • Open Group standards: TOGAF
  • There is not a good definition of the word risk. Christian is working on defining this within the field so everyone is speaking the same language
  • Christain ends with what people can expect to see in the future from Cisco around SAFE

Cisco Champions Program Overview
Cisco Champions are an elite group of technical experts who are passionate about IT and enjoy sharing their knowledge, expertise, and thoughts across the social web and with Cisco. The program has been running for over two years and has earned two industry awards as an industry best practice.

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