DevSecOps: Security at the Speed of Business
In Part One of this blog series DevSecOps - Win Win for All, we established a foundation for DevSecOps practices with our Cloud Security Manifesto. In Part 2 of this series, we will describe another key aspect of DevSecOps – developing security guardrails with a hands-on approach via Agile hackathons.
Meltdown, Spectre, and Cisco Cloud Collaboration Security
Quick answers re: Cisco’s cloud collaboration portfolio, Meltdown and Spectre: Spark E2E encryption stores encrypted data separately from access controls, and Cisco Spark cloud only processes information in encrypted form.
Stealthwatch Cloud: Securing the public cloud, without undercutting it
Public cloud infrastructure requires a new approach to security. We’ve all heard that line, but what does it actually mean? There is little stopping you from, say, deploying agents in the cloud to monitor traffic and detect threats and bringing other on-premises techniques to bear. But as anyone who’s ever attempted this before will tell […]
Extend Your Security to the Cloud with Confidence
Introducing the Cisco Cloud Security Assessment Service On a recent trip with my kids, one of them remarked how differently the clouds looked from the plane and how passing through them you couldn’t see theoutline that seems so clear when viewing clouds from the ground. I explained to her that when you’re looking at a […]
Cisco Expands Its Multicloud Security Portfolio
The traditional corporate data center is still the hub for most enterprises, but increasingly organizations are leveraging the benefits of the multicloud world to drive operational efficiencies, scale and expand growth. While the benefits are clear, securing multicloud environments like SaaS apps, public cloud infrastructure and hybrid cloud environments is complex. Users are increasingly self-selecting […]
Secure Agile Exchange Revealed
We launched Secure Agile Exchange (SAE) last week in Berlin, Germany, as part of Cisco Live Europe. It was part of our DNA Virtualization announcement – it was so subtle you might have even missed it:-) We’ve been working on Secure Agile Exchange (SAE) for the last 3 years. We have a few customers going into production now with at least another 2 dozen in the pipeline. It is not a single product or SKU, but a comprehensive solution. What’s unique about SAE is that it was created and derived from the “front-line” versus the “corner office”. Consequently, the solution was born out of real world challenges and problems we hear about from our customers. Economists often say that innovation comes from small firms and most of the time they are right – not this time.
The Apparent ‘Cloud Security Paradox’
It is all about security, isn’t it? Take every other customer survey and ‘security’ bubbles up at the very top of most respondents’ concerns. One of the latest data points I can share is part of an IDC cloud study in which security was cited as an important concern.
5 Steps to Zero Trust Data Center with Cisco Tetration Analytics
In a recent cybersecurity study, Gartner reported that data center protection is the foundation of digital business and...