Encrypted Traffic Analytics
Encrypted Botnets and cryptomining spotted at Cisco Live
More than 25,000 attendees visited Cisco Live in Orlando this year. While this large concentration of network and security professionals was learning about our latest innovations, Cisco Security was busy...
Next-Generation Wireless at Mobile World Congress
Cisco and their partners worked with the city of Barcelona, and its progressive approach to #WiFi internet connectivity, to provide attendees to MWC a city-wide experience.
A Year’s Worth of Intent-based Networking Innovation
At Cisco, we have spent many of these last 525,600 minutes developing, innovating and working together with customers and partners to help advance their Intent-based networking journeys. #CiscoDNA
Cisco catches thousands of hidden threats on a massive public network
The GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, is the largest exhibition for a mobile industry. This year, Mobile World Congress attracted more than 107,000 attendees. But high profile, public...
TLS version 1.3: Change is here and Encrypted Traffic Analytics has got your back
Networks are becoming increasingly opaque via encrypted sessions, greatly benefiting end users because it ensures privacy and authenticity of the connection between applications over networks where we must assume zero...
Encrypted Traffic Analytics Receives “Miercom Performance Verified” Certification
Encryption is becoming an increasingly prevalent aspect of digital communications – even when it comes to malware. A Cisco analysis of more than 400,000 malicious binaries found that about
Verizon and Cisco Optimize Customer Experience for Verizon Retail Stores
The new #Cisco and Verizon solution is a critical part of their shopping experience strategy. #routers #CX
Cisco Extends Encrypted Traffic Analytics to Nearly 50,000 Customers
It’s here. Cisco has solved one of the biggest challenges facing the security industry – and now thousands of Cisco customers can start using this breakthrough new network security technology....
Hackers are using encryption to bypass your security controls
As of today more than half of the web traffic is encrypted. That’s a big win for businesses and all of us, since it guards against eavesdropping and tampering with content as it moves from device to server and back again. Of course this rise in encryption comes with one big, obvious downside. Hackers too now […]