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Why Monitoring for Exposed Credentials is Important

Why Monitoring for Exposed Credentials is Important

 Author: ASi Networks Date: 06/26/2020 Our lives have become increasingly virtual as we fulfill of all our financial, legal, shopping and entertainment needs online. News of malware, phishing and data breaches flood headlines almost every day. However, most people...

Meet the nonprofits helping first responders

Meet the nonprofits helping first responders

Date: May 26, 2020 Author: Erin Connor When an emergency happens, first responders are individuals with specialized training who are among the first to arrive and provide assistance. Their response has been no different for the global pandemic. Cisco has always...

The Dawn of the Digital Learner

The Dawn of the Digital Learner

Date: May 26, 2020 Author: Neal Tilley This week, join us in #EducationNow with this first blog in a three-part miniseries on the transition to hybrid learning. With many educational organizations shifting their entire schedules to distance learning tools or full...

Leveraging The Power of Proximity

Leveraging The Power of Proximity

Author: Alex Allen Date: May 19, 2020 When I started in my role as the global lead for Customer Experience (CX) Inclusion & Collaboration, I was tasked with driving our organization to a more diverse, inclusive and conscious culture. I was lucky to be working for...

Providing Digital Security in a Changing World

Providing Digital Security in a Changing World

Author: Jennifer Boynton Date: 04/06/2020 The following is an excerpt from the 2019 CSR report. Cisco is the industry leader in creating safe and secure connections and applications for processing data. And in a world with more data, more users, and more services than...

How to Strengthen Your Security in 2020

How to Strengthen Your Security in 2020

Author: Angela Cannon Date: 04/06/2020 As part of the recent RSA Conference, we all got to see – either in-person or virtually – the latest and greatest technology coming out of the security industry. While events like this can certainly be helpful in guiding future...

Cisco wants its equipment back

Cisco wants its equipment back

Date: April 22, 2020 Author: Andrew Sage We’re celebrating Earth Day with Product Takeback and Reuse. “The Blue Marble” is a famous photograph of the Earth taken on December 7, 1972 by the crew of the Apollo 17 spacecraft en route to the Moon at a distance of about...

IT preparedness for COVID-19

IT preparedness for COVID-19

Date: March 16, 2020 Author: Todd Nightingale At Cisco, we have asked thousands of our employees around the world to work from home. Most of them came to the office every day. Other companies have also taken this step, and many more will do so soon. We are all...

Cisco Announces “Work from Home” Webex Contact Center

Cisco Announces “Work from Home” Webex Contact Center

Date: March 13, 2020 Author: Omar Tawakol With the widespread impact of COVID-19, it’s important to take care of ourselves, our families, our employees, and our customers.  Around the world, our business and personal lives have been impacted. Many companies are asking...

Business Continuity Planning Today

Business Continuity Planning Today

Date: March 10, 2020 Author: Susie Wee How Cisco is enabling its business and “work from home” in light of COVID-19 We are living in uncertain times with the recent threat of a global pandemic in our midst. Every business is struggling with how to keep their...

Cisco Cyber Vision: Under the hood

Cisco Cyber Vision: Under the hood

Date: 02/06/20 Author: Fabien Maisl It’s an exciting time for organizations that are migrating to Industry 4.0. Over the last few decades, industrial control systems (ICS) have enabled modern industrial automation. Today, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)...

The Evolving Cloud-Native Infrastructure

The Evolving Cloud-Native Infrastructure

Date: 02/06/2020 Author: Vijoy Pandey Over the last few years, we have been participating in a radical transformation of how modern applications are built, deployed and operated. Monolithic applications are being broken down into microservices and serverless functions...

Cisco Announces

Cisco Announces

Date: 01/29/20 Author: Sandeep Mehra Delivering Consistent Industry-Leading Collaboration Experiences Flexibility. Interoperability. Ease of use. When you need this level of excellence combined with exceptional video and crystal-clear sound—you call Cisco. Back in...

The 3 W’s in Zero Trust Security

The 3 W’s in Zero Trust Security

Date: December 20, 2019 Author: Cristina Errico Picture this scenario: you are a security guard at an office building. Today you are looking after a restricted area. A person you’ve never seen before walks straight past you into one of the rooms. Would you stop them...

Ransomware in Education

Ransomware in Education

Date: December 23, 2019 Author: Ken Dodson Guest Author: John Sellers, Stealthwatch for Public Sector at Cisco. Educational institution systems store a large amount of sensitive data, including student and employee records. They rely heavily on these systems for...

Attention Windows Users

Attention Windows Users

Author: Miranda Hebert Date: 1/14/2020 Cyber attacks are looming. On January 14, 2020, Microsoft ended all support for Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7. That means Microsoft no longer provides automatic fixes, updates, patches, or technical support. Vulnerabilities...

Being Remote Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Be Close

Being Remote Doesn’t Mean You Can’t Be Close

Author: Marcus Gallo Date: December 23, 2019 Remote Workers Using Webex to Connect Anytime, Anywhere I never considered myself as having an accent, but many of my US colleagues ask me where I’m from, and about my accent. Well yes, I guess that to them, I have one....