Cisco Security & Trust at Cisco Live US
At Cisco, cybersecurity is our top priority; from product development, to operations, to data protection and privacy, we are embedding security everywhere.
The Journey to Secure, Intent-based Networking in a Multicloud World
Cisco is excited to welcome the Duo team and even more excited about what this means for our intent-based networking portfolio.
Do you trust the endpoints connecting to your network?
Trust gets a bad rap in the security industry, but in reality, it’s a necessary part of any relationship. Without trust, today’s organizations couldn’t function, and productivity would come to a screeching halt. The thing is – how do you know that the devices coming onto your network are trustworthy? We already verify user access […]
Secure Access for the Real World, Really?
Yes, really. I just got back from Cisco Live! Milan where Chris Young, Senior VP at Cisco, spoke to the Cisco security story, Intelligent Cybersecurity for the Real World. The Cisco security strategy addresses many security challenges across a range of attack vectors (network, endpoint, mobile devices, cloud, or virtual). It covers the entire attack […]
Can You Guess Your ROI on Your Secure Access?
Cisco commissioned Forrester Consulting to examine the business value and potential return on investment (ROI) enterprises may realize by implementing Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE)—a leading secure access solution. This is available in the recently published Forrester TEI (Total Economic Impact) Research. Four customers were interviewed for this study and covered use cases for policy-governed, unified access across the following use case scenarios: guest services; BYOD; full access across wired, wireless, and VPN; and policy networking. The calculation was based on a composite organization of 10,000 employees that reflected the four interviewed customers from higher education, utilities, and financial services markets.
2014: More Secure Access, Please
Are you back from holiday break all refreshed and ready to embrace 2014 with confidence? Many organizations will see new devices on their networks given the recent massive holiday gift giving. In particular, educational organizations will be morst likely to be impacted. It seems there was no new hot toy (must-have gift) noted this year […]
Access Control with Cisco TrustSec: Moving from “IP Addresses” to “Roles and Attributes”
Today’s enterprise is a highly dynamic, and hyper connected environment where IT plays a critical role in connecting the users, devices, resources and corporate IT systems. Today’s employees are also highly mobile in nature and do not necessarily have a single workspace assignment. The IT departments are constantly being challenged by the organization’s Line of […]
Beware: Insider Threats Getting Worse
Most recently ESG/Vormetric came out with a threat report that highlighted the increase in insider threats & the significance to augment perimeter and host-based security. The rationale behind the increase was that more people are accessing the network, increase cloud and network traffic are making it difficult to isolate the problem. Almost 50% of the […]
Robot Soccer? Staying Connected at Bowdoin College
As our team has prepared for Educause 2013 this week, we have been talking a lot about technology in higher education and how it’s impacting colleges, universities, students and...