As the Number of Remote Workers Rises, Cisco Supports Customers with Expansion of Free Security Offerings
As the number of remote workers rises, Cisco supports with expansion of free security offerings, including Cisco Umbrella, Cisco Duo and Cisco AnyConnect Mobility Client.
New Important Update for our Cisco RV340 Series AnyConnect Licensing
Important Cisco RV Series RV340 Series AnyConnect License Updates
Announcing Duo’s MFA for Cisco’s Firepower Threat Defense (FTD)
We recently extended our ability to secure Cisco offerings with the beta availability of Duo's MFA for AnyConnect running on Cisco’s FirePower Threat Defense (FTD). You can learn more about Cisco FTD here. Previously, you were only able to secure your AnyConnect VPN client running on Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) products.
Protecting Cisco AnyConnect VPN & Cloud Applications With Duo’s MFA
Adding Duo’s multi-factor authentication (MFA) to VPN solutions, like Cisco AnyConnect, enables secure access to all applications. This is the first in a three-part series.
MobileIron UEM Certified as Cisco Security Connector Compatible
MobileIron was one of the first integration partners with Cisco Security Connector (CSC) for supervised iOS devices.
Protecting SugarCreek’s 24/7 Food Manufacturing Across Four States
SugarCreek Brandworthy food solutions is a growing, mid-western food manufacturer helping some of the industry’s largest and best-known companies develop innovative food solutions.
Understanding the Attack Vectors of CVE-2018-0101 – Cisco ASA Remote Code Execution and Denial of Service Vulnerabilit …
On January 29, 2018, the Cisco PSIRT published a security advisory about a remote code execution and denial of service vulnerability affecting the Cisco ASA and Cisco Next-Generation Firewall platforms.
Do you trust the endpoints connecting to your network?
Trust gets a bad rap in the security industry, but in reality, it’s a necessary part of any relationship. Without trust, today’s organizations couldn’t function, and productivity would come to a screeching halt. The thing is – how do you know that the devices coming onto your network are trustworthy? We already verify user access […]
Visibility is the new perimeter; It’s time for Cisco ISE 2.2
Visibility doesn’t just mean seeing data move within the network – it also means seeing who and what is on the network. Trends like the Internet of Things (IoT) and Enterprise Mobility – that will result in tens of billions of connected devices and users – are fundamentally changing the enterprise networking environment. Not knowing […]