Deploying Stealthwatch Cloud in a Google GKE Kubernetes Cluster
Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud provides an unprecedented level of visibility and security analytic capabilities within a Kubernetes cluster. Here's how easy it is to deploy into an existing K8s cluster.
Easily detect threats and risks for Google Cloud Platform
Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud has provided end-to-end visibility and threat detection in on-premises networks for years, but it can also deploy easily in other platforms, including Google Cloud Platform (GCP) and Kubernetes-based environments.
Cisco Stealthwatch and Cisco DNA Center bridge the SecOps – NetOps divide
Three trends to watch in the increasingly interdependent roles of NetOps and SecOps: complexity of managing more devices, locations and users; automating across different functions; the impact on network assurance.
TLS version 1.3: Change is here and Encrypted Traffic Analytics has got your back
Networks are becoming increasingly opaque via encrypted sessions, greatly benefiting end users because it ensures privacy and authenticity of the connection between applications over networks where we must assume zero...
Three Ways in which Stealthwatch Helps You Get More from Your Network Data
Do you know what the greatest Olympian of all time and Stealthwatch have in common? Both work harder and smarter for unbeatable performance. I recently heard from the one-and-only, Michael Phelps. He said that very early on, he and his coach set very high goals. And he knew that to achieve them, he had to […]
Cisco Tetration Accelerates Cisco IT’s Journey toward an App-Centric, Secure Digital Business
Cisco Migrates Thousands of Business-Impacting Apps with Higher Accuracy and Confidence, Saving 70% in Staff Time.
5 Steps to Zero Trust Data Center with Cisco Tetration Analytics
In a recent cybersecurity study, Gartner reported that data center protection is the foundation of digital business and...
Using Network Telemetry and Security Analytics to Detect Attacks
The Cisco 2016 Midyear Cybersecurity Report has been released, and just like the Cisco Annual Security Report and many other security reports the news isn’t encouraging. The very first sentence in the midyear report explains that as defenders, we simply aren’t getting the job done: “Attackers currently enjoy unconstrained time to operate.” Attackers understand that […]