The Importance of the Network in Detecting Incidents in Critical Infrastructure
As we saw in my last blog the network plays a key role in defending critical infrastructure and IoT. The devices that we are connecting drive our business, enabling us to make smarter decisions and gain greater efficiency through digitization. But how do we ensure the connected devices are acting as intended?
Finding the malicious needles in your endpoint haystacks
Cisco’s new EDR capabilities perform complex queries across all endpoints for forensic information and malware artifacts to simplify and accelerate threat hunting, incident investigations, remediation, and vulnerability and compliance assessments.
Consolidate your Security in the Cloud with Cisco Umbrella
What makes a great partnership? Open communication and a passion for constant advancement are two important elements. Our customers have helped us continuously innovate, and together, we’re transforming how...
The death of the network perimeter and the firewall? Not so fast.
The importance of the firewall has become more relevant than ever before. Firewalling needs to be about delivering world-class security controls – the key elements for preventing, detecting, and stopping attacks faster and more accurately.
Relentless Breach Defense Endpoint Protection Platform + Endpoint Detection and Response
Defending against breaches today requires modern defenses, and technology that simplifies your security operations. That’s why we’ve brought Endpoint Protection Platform (EPP) and Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) capabilities together in a single cloud-delivered solution called Cisco® Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) for Endpoints. It is relentless at stopping breaches and blocking malware, then rapidly detects, contains, and remediates advanced threats that evade front-line defenses.
Establishing Device Trust to Secure the Workforce
Organizations need the ability to establish trust in the devices connecting to resources containing sensitive information. With Duo and Cisco® Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) for Endpoints, organizations have the tools in place to effectively establish trust in users’ devices connecting to protected applications. The ability to prevent, detect and respond are key elements when considering device trust in a zero-trust security approach for the workforce.