Your cloud journey is unique, but a new guide shows there are common patterns that steer you to the best approach for a successful outcome.
Learn which cloud adoption pattern your organization aligns with, key risks, recommendations and important questions to ask yourself at each stage of your journey.
Organizations can no longer rely on edge firewalls alone to provide network security. Once attackers get past an edge firewall, they can move laterally to high-value assets. This book illustrates how internal firewalls can help your organization secure east-west network traffic and prevent attackers’ lateral...
Hackers who infiltrated government and business networks via a stealthy backdoor added to SolarWinds' Orion software appear to have focused on only the most high-value targets, leading to about 50 organizations being "genuinely impacted," says FireEye CEO Kevin Mandia.
This paper examines how FTP became the standard for business-to-business file transfers. It identifies the key pitfalls that face management using this open protocol. Finally, it demonstrates how IT can begin bringing the implementations of FTP into a more modern, secure framework. This new framework can increase user...
You will learn:
A straightforward way to get started with an internal firewall
How protecting east-west traffic via an internal firewall secures critical applications from the lateral movement of attackers
How deploying an internal firewall delivers unprecedented, data center-wide visibility into traffic...
Preventing hackers from hiding inside large volumes of east-west network traffic has now become critical to security professionals. Organizations need new tools and techniques to fight back.
In this paper, you will learn:
The differences between protecting north-south network traffic and east-west network...
Join us for our webinar, A Look into Cisco Umbrella's Secure Internet Gateway. This session will illustrate the benefits enabled by cloud-delivered security with practical examples.
The following services will be reviewed:
Firewall as service
Cloud access security...
Cisco firewalls deliver world-class security controls everywhere with consistent visibility, policy harmonization, and unified management.
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CISA is warning about a possible password leak that could affect vulnerable Fortinet VPNs and lead to further exploitation. The latest agency notice comes just days after hackers began publishing what they claim are leaked passwords on underground forums, according to researchers.
View this webinar, as we explore these topics and many more to outline how these architectures and aspirations lay the groundwork for a better user experience, increased reliability of your services, as well as increased security for all your web-facing business functions.
So far, much of the discussion about 5G security has focused on avoiding the use of technology from Chinese manufacturers, including Huawei and ZTE. But security experts are increasingly concerned that 5G network and device providers rushing products to market aren't devoting enough attention to security.
With most of the world working from home for the past few months, and many using this time to research new technologies and keep up with the ever-evolving IT and Security landscapes, many questions remain. Especially with the emergence of the Gartner-coined SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) model for doing business on...
This survey of over 300 senior security decision makers and influencers across midsize and large financial services firms in the US, UK and DACH provides insights on:
Secure Access tool usage and value;
The degree of confidence respondents have in their ability to mitigate risks;
How financial services plan to...
Plaintiffs in the patent infringement case Centripetal Networks v. Cisco Networks won the day thanks to clear testimony and using Cisco's own technical documents in unaltered form. By contrast, the judge slammed Cisco for offering disagreeing witnesses and attempting to focus on old, irrelevant technology.
Why did Cisco, one of the world's largest and most successful networking companies, have to pay more than $2.6 billion in damages? A judge found that it infringed on four patents held by network security firm Centripetal Networks.