A Successful Security Platform Requires the Strongest Partner Ecosystem
For a security product to be “best of breed” today, it has to include a platform experience. This week at Cisco Live, we’re taking our platform approach to the next level.
In case you missed it: check out what’s new with SecureX from Cisco Live!
Did you see all the new content from Cisco Live about SecureX? In this blog, catch up with the latest sessions, content and recommended assets for those interesting in learning more about simplifying their security.
Cisco’s Vision for SASE and a Brand New Offer to Kickstart Your Journey
Discover Cisco’s vision for Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) and how it can radically simplify your security in this blog by Gee Rittenhouse and James Mobley.
SASE, ZTNA and XDR market trends must work together for simplified security
In 2020, we launched our integrated security platform, Cisco SecureX for improved visibility, simplicity, and efficiency. While these capabilities sound great, do they actually satisfy the trends reshaping security today? Three security trends catalyzed by the impact of 2020 have both accelerated and catalyzed at warp speed. Read this report from 451 Research to find out more.
Future Focused: A Safer Way to Expose Private Server Names
Working to stay ahead of bad actors and keep our costumers secure is our priority, that's why we’re exploring a safer way to publicly advertise private services within an organization. It’s a concept we’re calling Auth-DoH.
Threat Roundup for March 19 to March 26
Today, Talos is publishing a glimpse into the most prevalent threats we've observed between March 19 and March 26. As with previous roundups, this post isn't meant to be an in-depth analysis. Instead, this post will summarize the threats we've observed by highlighting key behavioral characteristics, indicators of compromise, and discussing how our customers are automatically protected from these threats.
2021 Security Outcomes Study: Timely Incident Response as a Business Enabler
Incident response is more than putting out fires—it’s about handling unexpected events with minimal impact. In fact, Cisco’s Security Outcomes Study found timely IR among the top business enablers.
What are you missing when you don’t enable global threat alerts?
Network telemetry can identify user behaviors, malicious tools installed in enterprise environments, and malware itself. Are you applying a global view to your network? If not, read on to learn more.
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