Cisco Welcomes Nicole Isaac as Vice President of Global Public Policy
Nicole Isaac joins Cisco's Government Affairs organization as Vice President of Global Public Policy. Leading a team of experts, Nicole will drive Cisco’s policy agenda to bolster ICT adoption around the world and enable Cisco’s purpose to power an inclusive future for all.
Cybersecurity Funding for State, Local, and Tribal Nations and Electric Utilities
As our nation works to secure critical infrastructure, federal grants are now available for state and local governments, Tribal nations, and electric utilities. Get up to speed on all the details.
Hybrid Work for Government: Resiliency in Emergency Situations
Learn about the importance of maintaining operational resilience and the need for adaptable technology in emergency situations.
IPv6 and the OMB Mandate: What’s Your Strategy?
The OMB mandate to transition to IPv6 means federal agencies must move quickly to make it happen. Discover the latest tips and resources to help your agency create a successful IPv6 strategy, all in our latest blog.
Data Loss Prevention and the Value of Artificial Intelligence
The integration of AI into our everyday world requires digital communications to become more secure, enabling data loss prevention. We offer a step-by-step example of how to do it, all in our latest blog.
Going the “Middle Mile” to Transform Infrastructure
With $930 million just awarded to middle mile providers for the expansion of broadband, Cisco's Albert Garcia reveals the two keys to making middle mile work in your community.
Understanding FedRAMP®: How Cisco Umbrella is Getting Authorization
Pull back the curtain on the often mysterious process of FedRAMP® Authorization as Cisco's Will Ash details Cisco Umbrella's amazing journey through the rigorous and thorough maze of testing. Helpful graphic timelines included!
Digital Inclusion Demands Broadband Expansion and Government Service Transformation
Focusing on digital inclusion is now a necessity for state and local governments as they create digital delivery systems that are accessible to all residents. Discover why.
Leveraging Zero Trust Capabilities for Government
Sophisticated attackers and attack vectors are targeting our federal, public sector and critical infrastructure customers, but with the right framework and solutions, risk can be mitigated. Cisco looks at this through the four core tenants of our zero trust capabilities: