Several of my healthcare customers recently ran into some scenarios around Ransomware. For that reason, I thought it would be relevant to provide some insight around what Cisco is seeing from Ransomware threats like Cryptolocker and what we are trying to do to help protect our customers.
There have been a few alarming breaching in the healthcare space this past week. These hospitals have been hit with a “ransomware” attack, essentially locking down their network and requesting money in order to be let back into their network.
This has thrown these hospitals into a state of emergency and possibly considering transferring patients and even paying the ransom in order to get back up and running.
Today’s hackers are well-funded, organized syndicates who are picking apart your businesses’ shaky patchwork of security. The next wave of the Internet demands the next wave of security.
Cisco is now heavily invested in security and ready for help fortify your business!
Cloud. Everyone is talking about it. Are you struggling to determine how (and whether) to leverage cloud services like disaster recovery, collaboration or cloud infrastructure as a service in your business?
The following analysis summarizes the spam catch and false positive rates of the leading anti spam vendors. Compiled by Opus One, an independent research firm, this report provides data to objectively compare the market’s most popular anti-spam solution.
Working with Cisco, we identified six enterprise-focused vendors to compare to Cisco’s Email Security Solution (Appliance and Cloud-Based): Barracuda Networks, Intel Security (formerly McAfee), Microsoft Office 365, Proofpoint, Sophos, and Symantec. The only vendor mentioned by name in the rest of this report is Cisco. The remaining vendor names have been anonymized.
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A lot of well-known companies with big names and big security budgets have been hacked recently. But the threat exists for everyone.
Did you know that over 41% of targeted attacks last year were against organizations with fewer than 500 employees? Or that in Cisco’s most recent annual security report, 100% of corporate networks examined had malicious traffic on them?
Chances are that you’ve already been hacked – you just don’t know it yet.
DNS is known for being a fundamental component in how we connect to the Internet, but it’s also a revolutionary way of providing security visibility and enforcement—whether users are on or off the corporate network. OpenDNS - now a part of Cisco - is the fastest and easiest layer of security to deploy everywhere.
Today, it's no longer a matter of if an attacker will get in, but when and for how long. The cost of a data breach – and the lost business – can be staggering. Don’t wait until a breach forces you to take a look at your security procedures. Join us for a complimentary seminar that explores steps you can take to protect your network before, during and after an attack.