Security that Works Together – A better approach to securing Endpoints
Are you ready to unlock new value from your endpoint security investments? Go from partial awareness to complete and actionable insights powered by Cisco SecureX - the industry broadest security platform that unifies visibility, enables automation, and simplifies security.
5 Questions to Ask Your Security Platform Vendor
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How to Defend Against Command-and-Control attacks: Don’t let your network turn into a Zombie
Learn how to defend against Command-and-Control attacks using the powerful combination of Cisco Umbrella and AMP for endpoint. Prevent malicious malware from gaining foothold in your environment and recruiting botnets to compromise systems and exfiltrate your data.
Are You Going About the Talent Shortage Wrong? It’s Time to Stop MacGyvering
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Automating Your Network Operations: Focus on Outcomes
Automation should begin with a thoughtful process that identifies the most important outputs of your infrastructure and what the current bottlenecks are in producing those outputs.
Automating your Network Operations, Part 5 – Just the Facts
To come up with a template or model for all your network devices before you automate any of them would delay the benefits of automation.
Automating Your Network Operations, Part 4 – Dude, Where’s My Data?
If you are relatively new to Ansible, you might have noticed that the playbook examples in my last blog did not have any variables defined in them. Common examples often...
Automating Your Network Operations, Part 3 – Data-Driven Ansible
The combination of YANG and NETCONF give us structure and determinism to enable network programmability, and give us several operational advantages over CLI.