Value Chain Security
Trustworthy Networking is Not Just Technological, It’s Cultural – Part 3
A culture of trustworthiness provides a consistent approach to designing, building, delivering, and supporting secure solutions that customers can rely on.
Security in A World of “WE” – Embracing Our Third Party Ecosystems
Edna Conway, Cisco CSO Global Value Chain will discuss supply chain security challenges and tested, practical methods to addressing those challenges at NATO NIAS’19 in Mons, Belgium in October https://nias19.com
Tackling the Growing Threat Landscape of ICS and the IIoT
It is no secret that the proliferation of connected devices and sensors has introduced new and growing security challenges across every industry and enterprise.
Value Chain Security: The Ultimate Team Sport
Cisco appreciates the importance of our third party ecosystem partners as they participate in the various stages of the lifecycle of our solutions—whether services, software or hardware.
Do You Know How Secure Your Software Vendors Are?
Third parties remain a critical source of security risk. The recent discovery of malware embedded within the consumer application CCleaner, discovered by Cisco’s Talos cybersecurity research team, reminds us that cyber hygiene lies not just within ourselves. Talos stated in its September 18th Update: “Supply chain attacks are a very effective way to distribute malicious […]
National Cybersecurity: A Collaborative Approach is Required
As we wrap up National Cybersecurity Awareness Month in the U.S., cybersecurity continues to be a top-of-mind issue for business, government and consumers alike. In February 2016, President Obama...