Security in the Age of Cloud
In this blog, the second in a series of five, we’ll take a look at how companies in the cloud need to think about security differently. We’ll talk about what that looks like, the challenges involved and how Cisco can help.
Rapidly executing on SASE vision with new cloud security enhancements
Rapidly executing on SASE vision with new cloud security enhancements including automated Umbrella and Meraki MX integration and Snort 3 IPS protection from the Umbrella cloud-delivered firewall.
Cisco DNA Center and Cisco Umbrella- Automate your journey towards DNS Security
Enterprise network security automation with Cisco DNA Center, Umbrella and Catalyst 9800 WLC.
Introducing the Catalyst 8000 Edge Family, Cisco’s New SD-WAN Platform
Cisco's new Catalyst 8000 Edge Platforms, and the Catalyst Cellular Gateway, are built for SASE, Multicloud, and the WAN Edge.
Cisco Secure Remote Worker Architecture for Azure
Cisco Secure Remote Worker for Azure provides an a validated design for RAVPN. This Design includes Cisco AnyConnect, Duo, Umbrella and AMP.
Steering Customers’ Remote Work Strategy
As we transition into this next stage of remote works as our new normal, it's our opportunity to reimagine what is possible—how, when, and where we work - securely. Our customers will continue to adopt more cloud delivered and SaaS based solutions to be able to adapt their security needs to meet these remote work demands. Read on to learn how Cisco has helped one of our EMEAR partners address their customer’s needs for adapting to this new remote work environment and see how only Cisco Security is positioned to help our customers and partners on this journey with our integrated platform, Cisco SecureX.
Umbrella with SecureX built-in: Coordinated Protection
Cisco SecureX connects the breadth of Cisco’s integrated security portfolio – including Umbrella– and your other security tools for a consistent experience that unifies visibility, enables automation, and strengthens your security across network, endpoints, cloud, and applications.
Remote work and the threat landscape
This month, we decided to take a look at some of the trends we’ve seen in a shifting threat landscape, including attackers who are adapting their techniques to take advantage of new opportunities. When you understand what they’re doing, it’s easier to mount a better defense against new trends in the threat landscape.
Cisco Remote Access VPN architecture for Amazon Web Services (AWS)
This architecture covers DNS based load balancing for RAVPN connections for a single VPC (multi-az) and multi-VPC (multi-az) architecture.