Advanced Malware Protection
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.
Your money or your life: Digital extortion scams
An insidious targeted phishing scam is growing in popularity: scammers leveraging threats against your reputation, your relationships, or even your life. Witness the transition from carrot to stick.
Endpoint Security – The Daunting Challenges of the Holiday Season
Turkey, Family, Gifts, Cookies, and…Malware? Wait, what? Make sure your Endpoint Security is up to the task during this holiday season!
The Role of Visibility in SecOps
The bad guys aren’t going away. The good news is Next Generation Firewalls, Malware Protection, and Access Control are not only improving, but in some cases, working in concert together.
Cognitive Intelligence: Empowering Security Analysts, Defeating Polymorphic Malware
In psychology, the term “cognition” refers to a human function that is involved in gaining knowledge and intelligence. It helps describe how people process information and how the treatment...
How We Apply Machine Learning in Cisco Advanced Threat Solutions
There is a lot of talk lately about machine learning when it comes to cyber security. It seems like you can’t have a conversation about one without the other....
Secure Your Mobile Connections with New IP Blocking Feature
When downloading an application from the App Store, do you actually check the logistics of it? For example, how is it connecting to the internet? Or an even more relatable...
Secure your Endpoints Against Ransomware: Introducing Malicious Activity Protection
In 2017, ransomware evolved new ways to attack your endpoints. In 2018, enter a new engine for AMP for Endpoints, Malicious Activity Protection that stops malware from encrypting a host.