European Cybersecurity Month 2018 - Week Two blog roundup
As we come to the end of the second week of European Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2018, here’s another look back at a some of Cisco’s recent security-related blogs...
AI isn’t just a futuristic buzzword any more – it’s a day-to-day reality in Cisco’s approach to security. Read on to learn how Cisco’s AI can help SMBs recognise threats, even inside encrypted traffic, and to identify ‘unknown unknowns’.
Women still represent only 11 per cent of the cybersecurity workforce. Hazel Burton outlines how important it is to redress gender imbalance in the workforce, plus why cybersecurity should be viewed as a driver of growth for SMBs.
Dr Gee Rittenhouse outlines why Cisco’s next-generation Firewall technology has once again been named as a leader in its field, and the importance of powerful threat intelligence, deep network visibility, and automation in tackling today’s threats.
With Halloween on the way, Andrew Akers describes some of the most bone-chilling security scenarios he’s encountered, and invites you to attend his spooktacular webinar, What you can’t see CAN hurt you – and other network horror stories on Thursday October 18th.
Want to know more about cybersecurity? Curious to know how your organisation might be targeted, and how to avoid scammers? Keen to learn about upcoming security trends? Or are you interested in a career in cybersecurity? Then why not visit our European Cybersecurity Awareness Month site to learn more?