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New #CiscoChat Podcast: Threat Correlation Across Endpoint, Network, & Cloud


March 12, 2018 - 0 Comments

In the realm of threat defense, hindsight is 20/20. That’s because, all too often, it’s difficult to get a clear view of your entire network’s security in real-time. And to accurately predict network threats? Forget about it.

But not with Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP). Giving you the visibility and control you need to defeat advanced attacks, AMP functions across the network, cloud, and all your endpoints. It works by instantly sharing any threats seen by a firewall, endpoint, or email gateway with the AMP cloud.

And now, we’re cranking up the AMP volume: Introducing AMP Unity.

What is AMP Unity? Simply put, it’s a collection of all aspects of AMP, across your network, under a single roof in the cloud AMP Console. AMP Unity enables AMP not only to see the commonalities between threat vectors but also to create a global block against them all. How’s that for 20/20?

If you’re curious to learn more about threat correlation with AMP Unity, make sure to tune into our latest #CiscoChat Podcast. Tune in below, or get the podcast here.

In this episode, recorded on the Cisco Live show floor in Barcelona, moderator and Cisco Champion Pieter-Jan Nefkins chats with Technical Marketing Engineer Harry Dogan. Together, Pieter-Jan and Harry walk through AMP functionalities before turning to the new features of AMP Unity.

We encourage you to join the #CiscoChat conversation yourself by posting your comments and questions below.

 

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