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Ransomware Taxonomy: Four Scenarios Companies Should Safeguard Against
Keeping your company and customers safe should be a constant priority, especially with increasing numbers of ransomware attacks worldwide.
Simply Explained: Ransomware, Phishing, Zero Trust
Cybersecurity affects all, but the industry uses complicated terms that make it hard to understand. For example, what is phishing and how does it work?
Control Across Your Hybrid Environments Using Cisco Secure Workload 3.6
Leverage application workload, coupled with coordinated policies across AWS’s Security Groups plus physical and virtual Cisco Secure Firewalls.
Shoring up Network Access Policy Management in the Calm Before the IoT Storm
IT administrators have a huge challenge in managing network access policies between users, devices, and networks with diverse access privileges. Here’s how Cisco is protecting enterprise networks with a unified approach to access policies and zero trust security.
Secure. Compliant. Effective. Meeting the Needs of our Federal Customers.
Read about how Cisco is partnering with the federal government to help them meet the mission through its dynamic security architecture and compliance.
Making it Safe: IBM and Cisco Partner to Secure Applications
Securing today’s dynamic applications requires deep visibility, automated recommendations, and efficiency at scale. IBM and Cisco partner to combat threats.
Hybrid work is here to stay – but what does that mean for cybersecurity?
How can your organization address its cybersecurity concerns now that job dynamics have changed? Enable security everywhere with Secure Hybrid Work.
Top Tips for Ransomware Defense
Ransomware is popping up everywhere, including the nightly news. Most people know what it is, but how does it work? What makes it so destructive? And how can we stop it?
The Risk-Conscious, Security-Aware Culture: The Forgotten Critical Security Control
A risk-conscious culture is a necessary component of a cybersecurity and risk management strategy. It is essential in the overall cybersecurity posture.