Cloud Covered – Are You Insured?
Security is a topic that is a top-of-mind for every CIO out there. It is interesting to know that according to a study performed by Research 451, 64% of enterprises...
The Role of Visibility in SecOps
The bad guys aren’t going away. The good news is Next Generation Firewalls, Malware Protection, and Access Control are not only improving, but in some cases, working in concert together.
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.
Cisco at AWS Summit Anaheim – Better Together…Again!
One more date, many new learnings from #AWSSummits. This time I’ll talk about AWS Summit in Anaheim.
Stealthwatch a Cisco Champion Radio Podcast (S5|Ep.21)
In this episode, our Cisco Champion host Denise Donohue discusses Stealthwatch with TK Keanini and Sandeep Agrawal.
Protecting Kubernetes environments with Stealthwatch Cloud
Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud can easily integrate into an on-premise, private cloud or public cloud Kubernetes deployment. Public cloud capabilities include full visibility into AWS, Azure and GCP Kubernetes frameworks.
Cisco at AWS Summit NY – Better Together
Some people may still think that Cisco competes with AWS. That is not the case. The reality is that Cisco can help customers with solutions that address challenges like connectivity, security, management and analytics when moving to AWS public cloud.
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.
Cloud Unfiltered, Episode 49: Sustainable Security Technology, with Patrick Crowley
I am not typically nervous when I go into podcast interviews, but I have to admit that I was more than a little intimidated by the time I’d finished my...