Cisco AMP for Endpoints
Keeping Students Learning and Keeping Cyber Threats at Bay
Shawnee Heights School District realizes the security risks when students connect to an unsecure network. Fortunately, Apple and Cisco Security Connector for iOS have a solution.
Cisco AMP for Endpoints excelling in AV Comparatives Business Main Test Series
Cisco AMP for Endpoints demonstrates an elite combination of threat detection, investigation, and response. And with low false positives, IT professionals can quickly identify and respond to threats.
Cisco Threat Response: Open Source Integrations You Can Use Now
Cisco Threat Response is built upon a collection of APIs; which can be used to integrate your Cisco and third-party security products, automate the incident response process and manage...
Nearly every threat is either on an endpoint, or it’s headed there
This is because the endpoint is, well, the end. That is where data resides; where individuals organize, communicate, and conduct nearly all activities of their lives; and is often considered...
Protecting Users and Endpoints in a Multicloud World
One of the pillars of Cisco’s multicloud strategy is Cloud Protect, which includes two key solutions that protect devices and data, as well as help steer users away from malicious destinations.
Introducing Cloud-based Endpoint Security for Managed Security Service Providers
With a new portfolio of managed security solutions from Cisco, MSSPs can enjoy comprehensive security, visibility, and control of customer endpoints without any added hardware or complexity.
Better design for simpler, more effective security
Few will contest the notion that security is complex. Evolving threats. Clever, motivated attackers. And all too often, vendor-inflicted complexity of managing security from the mismatched consoles from dozens of...
How to Choose a Next-Generation Endpoint Security Solution
When organizations begin their search for an advanced, next-generation endpoint security solution to protect PCs, Macs, servers, and mobile devices, they have a lot of different vendors to choose from and a lot of questions. Can it prevent attacks? What kind of malware can it protect against? What if malware gets in, can it still […]