Sourcefire

December 3, 2013

SECURITY

Sourcefire in Our Data Center – The First Inline Production Deployment at Cisco

In October, we were delighted to announce the completion of our acquisition of Sourcefire. With Sourcefire on board, Cisco provides one of the industry’s most comprehensive advanced threat protection portfolios, as well as a broad set of enforcement and remediation options that are integrated, pervasive, continuous, and open. Within three weeks of the acquisition closing, we completed the first deployment into a highly secure data center and we are quite impressed with the results, to say the least! Within the first hour, we began seeing some interesting things from our network. The implementation was already giving us insights into our data center that we never had before!

October 11, 2013

PARTNER

Cisco Partner Weekly Rewind – October 11, 2013

Every Friday, we’ll highlight the most important Cisco partner news and stories of the week, as well as point you to important, Cisco-related partner content you may have missed along the way.

October 9, 2013

PARTNER

Cisco Closes Acquisition of Sourcefire; What Does that Mean to You?

Mobility, cloud and the Internet of Everything (IoE) continue to change IT security making point product solutions insufficient. The old model of having disparate products securing isolated areas simply won’t protect against the dynamic threats of today’s world. In the ever-growing world of the Internet of Everything (IoE) the number of attack vectors will only increase. Today’s security solutions require a continuous approach that is much more automatic when handling security threats before, during and after an attack. The good news for Cisco partners is that the acquisition of Sourcefire is complete. With Sourcefire part of the Cisco family, we will provide partners with a broad portfolio of integrated solutions that deliver unmatched visibility and continuous advanced threat protection across the entire attack continuum.

October 8, 2013

SECURITY

SUMMARY – Martin Roesch on Sourcefire Becoming Part of Cisco

Cisco Security has announced the closing of the acquisition of Sourcefire. Sourcefire founder and CTO (and creator of Snort®) Martin Roesch posted to Sourcefire's blog this morning to share the news:

October 8, 2013

SECURITY

SUMMARY Chris Young: Cisco Closes Sourcefire Acquisition; Delivers Threat-Centric Security Model

Chris Young, SVP of Cisco’s Security Business Group, posted an official announcement this morning on Cisco’s The Platform blog heralding the close of the Sourcefire acquisition. “I am excited to announce that Cisco has completed the acquisition of Sourcefire. With this acquisition, we take a significant and exciting step in our journey to define the future of security. As one company, we offer an unbeatable combination that will greatly accelerate our mission of delivering a new, threat-centric security model”, said Young. Read the full post with all the exciting details here: http://blogs.cisco.com/news/cisco-closes-sourcefire-acquisition-delivers-threat-centric-security-model

October 8, 2013

EXECUTIVE PLATFORM

Cisco Closes Sourcefire Acquisition; Delivers Threat-Centric Security Model

I am excited to announce that Cisco has completed the acquisition of Sourcefire. With this acquisition, we take a significant and exciting step in our journey to define the future of security. As one company, we offer an unbeatable combination that will greatly accelerate our mission of delivering a new, threat-centric security model. Through the […]

July 26, 2013

PARTNER

Cisco Partner Weekly Rewind – July 26, 2013

Sourcefire acquisition, Impact of Cloud on IT Consumption Models study, and more in this week's Cisco Partner Weekly Rewind.

July 23, 2013

EXECUTIVE PLATFORM

Cisco Bolsters Security Strategy with Agreement to Acquire Sourcefire

Today’s threat landscape is more dynamic than ever before. Rapid changes in the world around us, driven by cloud, mobility and the Internet of Everything, are considerably affecting traditional security approaches. The notion of the “perimeter” no longer exists and threats are able to circumvent traditional, disparate security products. The marketplace needs a pervasive, continuous […]