Threats in encrypted traffic
There was a time when the web was open. Quite literally—communications taking place on the early web were not masked in any significant fashion. This meant that it was...
Cybersecurity for Federal Networks: It All Starts with Visibility
Staying secure means ensuring deeper visibility into your network. But visibility must go beyond the mere identification of packet flows. User identity should also be linked to packet flows wherever possible. Find out what that means in our latest blog on Cybersecurity in government.
AI in Cisco IT Operations: Finding Golden Needles in Ever Larger Haystacks
Customers often ask us whether artificial intelligence (AI) will be the kind of game changer that analysts are predicting. From what I’m seeing, the answer is an unconditional yes. ...
SMB and the return of the worm
Watch the threat landscape long enough, and you’ll see that some things are cyclical. Threat types and attack methods fall in and out of fashion. As the use of one...
Agentless threat detection for Microsoft Azure workloads with Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud
Detecting threats, such as malware, rogue insiders, and credential abuse, within public cloud environments can be a major challenge. Traditionally, organizations have tried to solve this problem by overlaying a...
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.
Why download the exploit, when you can carry it with you?
For the 2nd year, RSA Conference 2018 APJ created an educational exhibit, sponsored by RSA and Cisco, to monitor the RSA Conference public Wi-Fi network provided by the Marina Bay Sands (MBS).
Encrypted Botnets and cryptomining spotted at Cisco Live
More than 25,000 attendees visited Cisco Live in Orlando this year. While this large concentration of network and security professionals was learning about our latest innovations, Cisco Security was busy...