Cisco Secure Network Analytics
Cisco empowers the endpoint and unleashes XDR capabilities from the SecureX Platform
This first anniversary of SecureX, we are accelerating our customers’ ability to gain unified visibility more quickly from our SecureX platform.
Threat Explainer: Supply Chain Attacks
In a supply chain attack, bad actors target companies you rely upon to get to your organization. This Threat Explainer blog discusses how to defend against them.
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.
Straight from the source: 3 ways customers are improving security with Secure Network Analytics
Surveyed Secure Network Analytics customers experienced radically improved network visibility, drastically reduced threat detection and response times, and significant operational efficiency gains after deploying the solution. Read the blog learn more!
Detecting and Responding to SolarWinds Infrastructure Attack with Cisco Secure Analytics
Sunburst exposed a weak link in our supply chain. Now what? Read our new blog and learn how visibility is the first step to identify all network resources, especially rogue and forgotten servers that could leave an open door for attackers. And the next step? Well, we cover that too with a complete “How to Guide” with Secure Analytics.
Visualize, validate policy and increase remote worker telemetry with Network Analytics Release 7.3.1
How can we simplify remote access, provide resiliency for telemetry sources, reduce organizational risk AND provide the visibility into policy required to embrace zero trust and network segmentation? Read the Cisco Secure Network Analytics Release 7.3.1 blog to find out.
Secure Network Analytics (Stealthwatch) Then, Now and Beyond – Part 3: Into the Future
The final part in our look at the past, present, and future of Secure Network Analytics. We’ve looked at the origins of the product formerly known as Stealthwatch and now it’s time for us to look ahead as we consider what the future holds.