Q&A – Factors to consider when implementing Zero Trust and SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) architecture
Zero Trust and SASE are two of the most common approaches to security that have evolved to mitigate these risks. Marc Carney, Go-to-Market Practice Lead, CX Security, discusses the factors that organizations must consider when implementing Zero Trust and SASE to better secure your organization.
The Next Generation of Defence Networks and Security
National security is critical topic and top of mind for every country. Learn more about a research collaboration out of Australia that provides a view into the next generation of defence networks, technology infrastructure and security.
Preparing for a New Age without Information Blocking
Information blocking has stymied the flow of patient records and continuity of care in healthcare- that's all about to change.
Teaching in the COVID-19 Era: Lone Star College & Luiss University
One university and one college – 6,000 miles apart – both faced with the same big challenge: shift their entire curriculum to 100% distance learning in a matter of days. See how Cisco made it all possible.
Ransomware in Education: How to use your Network to Stay Ahead of Attacks
Ransomware and other cyberthreats are growing against Educational institutions. Find out how you can turn your network into a sensor to help turn the tide.
Detecting Network Abuse with Automation
DevNet Sandbox is a free cloud service open to anyone interested in exploring Cisco APIs or building applications on one of the variety of platforms available.
Cisco ISE – Playing Nice in the Security Ecosystem
2005 has long come and gone, and in this day and age, segmenting traffic on your network should mean more than a separate voice and data VLAN.
A Tough Conversation – Culture Shifts at Cisco
Kristy shares her experience in a predominantly male-focused role and how we can come together to change the course of "being yourself" in the workplace.
Game Time Decision. Security or Innovation?
When it comes down to the decision of picking between network security or innovation it may seem like you are stuck between a rock and a hard place.