Identity Services Engine
Business Benefits of Segmentation with Software-Defined Access
Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access), working at the controller plane level, reduces complexity and improves scalability and mobility of devices—and your workforce.
Protecting SugarCreek’s 24/7 Food Manufacturing Across Four States
SugarCreek Brandworthy food solutions is a growing, mid-western food manufacturer helping some of the industry’s largest and best-known companies develop innovative food solutions.
Security Automation: Putting the odds ever in your favor
“May the odds be ever in your favor…” It was the irony of this pithy statement that sent the Hunger Games heroine, Katniss Everdeen, to an almost certain death....
Shining a Light on Shadow IT
Shadow #IT projects will continue to take root and proliferate throughout enterprise #networks.
Setting the standard: Cisco ISE wins trust award for best NAC solution at SC Awards 2018
Many professional athletes would say that while winning the first championship is unforgettable, its winning back-to-back championships—or even accomplishing the rare three-peat—that carries special meaning as it requires an enduring...
Kuwait Oil Company Gets More Secure
To protect themselves from attacks, Kuwait Oil Company turned to Cisco to help manage who accesses their network, where they access it, and on what devices with centralized policy management.
Cybersecurity for Defense: Network Segmentation
Classifying and compartmentalizing information has been around within the Department of Defense before it was even called the Department of Defense. However, as DOD information that was once secured in vaults and safes has become digital data, many new regulations have been introduced that mandate how this data should be processed and handled. These regulations […]
Hosted Identity Services: Scaling Security in the Age of Mobility
The rapid expansion of connected devices is a double-edged sword for businesses. On one hand, mobility, cloud, and BYOD innovations enable unprecedented flexibility, collaboration, and ease of access for employees. Fifty percent of employers will adopt BYOD policies by 2017, and 90 percent of American workers are already using their own smartphones for work. But […]