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The financial services industry has admittedly been slow to embrace the cloud, which only makes sense given the volume and complexity of the data it handles and the regulatory requirements it must adhere to. However, it seems like the time has finally come for the industry to migrate to the cloud en masse. Cost reduction and scalability have always been some of the primary benefits of moving to the cloud, and after the last year, it’s getting harder and harder for any organization to ignore those benefits.
Businesses today need anywhere, anytime access to resources, which means networking and security must move to the cloud to deliver a single converged service with flexible deployment and consumption models. Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) combines networking and security functions in the cloud to deliver secure access to applications, anywhere users need them.
Choosing a silicon architecture typically means a seamlessly endless series of decisions. Do you want routing versus web-scale switching? Deep or shallow buffered? High or low scale? Scheduled or unscheduled fabric? Cisco Silicon One™ is a breakthrough technology because it enables a single silicon architecture that doesn’t make you have to choose.
What if your network could scale anywhere with high performance, the cloud could improve your network operations and increase agility, and your network could be secured and protected by measuring, verifying, and enforcing the integrity of your network in real time? You can enjoy all this and more with Cisco 8000 Series routers
Every generation of telecommunications networks brings faster speeds and innovation, and 5G is no exception. Billions of devices are already connected through 5G, which means it’s critical to our future that we ensure that 5G is both resilient and secure. The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) works with government and industry partners to do just that. Here are the five strategic initiatives they are undertaking to advance the secure and resilient deployment of 5G infrastructure.
The time has come for state and local governments to develop long-term plans to securely support ongoing management of WFH platforms and systems that enable collaboration across agencies, share and draw on citizen data to guide informed policy decisions, and maintain business continuity for critical services.
Unfortunately, like the coronavirus, attackers and malware only need to find one weak link in your company’s cybersecurity immune system to cause real damage. That’s why it is so important to have the policies, procedures, systems, and products in place to stop a data breach before it starts.
You’re an IT leader for a rural healthcare organization. You’re doing your job keeping the facility in operations, but then the pandemic happened. Suddenly, keeping the lights, printers, security cameras, Wi-Fi, medical equipment and other hardware running on the network isn’t enough.
Manufacturers have had to a deal with a host of new problems and opportunities related to COVID-19, from new safety concerns to increased demand for services and everything in between. Looking forward to the rest of 2021 and beyond, here are three technological focus areas that will drive the manufacturing industry forward.
Though the need for healthcare providers to manage valuable data has increased dramatically, most have not had the time or capacity to fully assess how to support the long-term costs and security concerns related to these services, and many are currently struggling with performance issues that hinder user productivity.
Due to the nature of certificate technology and the increasing security requirements of modern web browsers, this often creates a large workload for internal IT teams to deploy comprehensive Public Key Infrastructure technologies. Failure to properly implement them often results in poor user experience, broken web pages, and frustrated customers.
On October 28, 2020 the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued alert AA20-302A as a joint alert from CISA, the FBI, and the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) regarding ransomware activity targeting the healthcare and public heath sectors in the United States.