Cisco VPN goes ‘passwordless’ to save time, boost security
Our Cisco IT Customer Zero team is always testing and improving the Cisco products that our employees are using, to both keep our company safe and secure as well as maintain a smooth, seamless user experience.
Cisco Remote Access VPN architecture for Amazon Web Services (AWS)
This architecture covers DNS based load balancing for RAVPN connections for a single VPC (multi-az) and multi-VPC (multi-az) architecture.
Fingerprint cloning: Myth or reality?
By Paul Rascagneres and Vitor Ventura. Executive summary Passwords are the traditional authentication methods for computers and networks. But passwords can be stolen. Biometric authentication seems the perfect solution for that problem. There are several kinds of biometric authentication, including retina scanning, facial recognition and fingerprint authentication, the most common one. Everyone’s fingerprints are unique, and it is […]
Securing Access to Our Nation’s Critical Infrastructure
Threats to energy and utilities firms target enterprise IT networks - here is a breakdown of the most common attack scenarios and how to effectively mitigate against remote access risks.
Malicious Spam Comes Roaring Back and Cisco Email Security is Ready
“Did you get my email? The really urgent one? About funding for your new project?” “Maybe. I can’t tell. My inbox is full of spam and I am busy scrutinizing every email and domain name to make sure the sender is a valid person that I actually know and the attachment is a valid… Oh […]
Protect Your Entire Digital Self
Cisco is proud to join the National Cybersecurity Alliance in its support of White House efforts to improve online security.
Get Your WLAN Ready for Google Android L and Apple iOS 8
This fall your wireless networks will experience many devices upgrading to the new Android 5.0(L-release) and Apple iOS 8 releases (cue: IT managers groan). There have now been...
What Next for BYOD?
One of the interesting and challenging aspects of working in the Mobility space is the sheer pace at which the industry is moving. I’m fortunate to work with many Customers in EMEA to help support and shape their strategy towards Mobile technology. A great example of this has been the reaction to BYOD. The influx […]
Check Ins – Why location needs to be part of Authentication and Identity
Dude, where’s my IP? I love to check in on social networks like Foursquare and Google+. Most of the time, there’s no point to it, but it’s fun to see what friends and colleagues are up to or discover new local haunts. Despite the fun and games, location is much more important to the network […]