Securing critical infrastructure: 3 actions to take ASAP
Recent attacks show that critical infrastructure needs stronger protection. But, which of the many available solutions will provide the most value? Here are three actions every critical infrastructure provider should take immediately.
Recapping RSAC 2021: Cisco’s Keynote, Zero Trust Deployment & Passwordless Authentication
Check out a quick summary of RSA Conference 2021. The blog recaps Cisco's Keynote, Zero Trust deployment and Cisco Duo's passwordless authentication.
Drive the Security Conversation — Outcomes to Consider
As a #CiscoSecurePartner, learn how to drive the security conversation with your customers by leveraging these key findings in our 2021 Security Outcomes Study.
Top 5 reasons to keep your Identity and MFA providers in sync
Top 5 reasons to keep your Identity and MFA providers in sync By now, you may have heard about SecureX, Cisco’s new integrated platform that simplifies the security experience. SecureX is built into the Cisco security portfolio, and connects your entire security ecosystem for simplicity, better visibility, and greater operational efficiency. SecureX sign-on is one […]
Context is Everything When it Comes to Securing Application Access
Cisco SecureX connects access controls across the workforce, workload, and workplace to help democratize our comprehensive zero-trust approach by removing the barriers between the teams responsible for each control.
Cybersecurity Roles and Responsibilities: Private Sector Perspective
Last week, I had the pleasure of briefing members of the U.S. Senate’s Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee to provide Cisco’s perspective on the roles for the private sector...
The One-Two Punch of User and Device Trust
The combination of user trust plus device trust is the one-two punch to minimize risk and ensure your applications are only accessible by devices you allow.
Announcing Duo’s MFA for Cisco’s Firepower Threat Defense (FTD)
We recently extended our ability to secure Cisco offerings with the beta availability of Duo's MFA for AnyConnect running on Cisco’s FirePower Threat Defense (FTD). You can learn more about Cisco FTD here. Previously, you were only able to secure your AnyConnect VPN client running on Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) products.