Cisco Systems, Inc. is the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet. Cisco hardware, software, and service offerings are used to create Internet solutions that allow individuals, companies, and countries to increase productivity, improve customer satisfaction and strengthen competitive advantage. The Cisco name has become synonymous with the Internet, as well as with the productivity improvements that Internet business solutions provide. Cisco's vision is to change the way people work, live, play and learn.
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Next Generation Firewall
Cisco's Next Generation Firewall provides the ability to do intrusion protection, advanced malware protection, URL filtering, and application visibility in one solution and one device.
Cisco Mobility and Switching
Cisco Unified Access Improves Network Connectivity and Performance with Increased Security and Automation Your business is becoming digital and the network is the foundation of this digital transformation.According to the Cisco® Visual Networking Index, there will be 10 times more growth in mobile data traffic by 2019. Thus, IT is being asked to support new standards, more devices, and the bandwidth intensive applications they use. The unprecedented increase in mobility traffic drives not only the objective of securely scaling the network for growth, but also the need to enable new applications to add business value. Cisco Unified Access™ helps you drive digital transformation through better connectivity, higher security, automation, and deep insight, Easy deployment and lower cost of ownership.
Cisco Unified Access solutions bring wired and wireless networks together in a simple, smart, and secure way to drive digital transformation.
A converged wired and wireless network gives you one physical infrastructure for greater operational simplicity and efficiency. The Cisco Catalyst® 3850, 3650, 4500E, and 6800 Series Switches provide this convergence with integrated wireless controller functionality and are the foundation of the unified wired and wireless network. Wireless access points can be terminated directly on these switches, which means termination of the control and provisioning of wireless access points (CAPWAP) data and management tunnels, to natively convert wireless data traffic (802.11) to wired traffic (802.3) or vice versa.
Cisco Unified Access is smart, with built-in intelligence and fast wired and wireless connections to help you improve digital business experiences. Our 802.11ac Wave 2 access points prepare you to deliver the best performance possible with a big performance increase over the previous standard, 802.11n. Cisco Catalyst Multigigabit Switching lets you support 802.11ac Wave 2 with speeds beyond 1 Gbps on existing Category 5e cables, providing cost savings when migrating to Wave 2. This technology also supports Power over Ethernet (PoE), PoE+, and Cisco Universal PoE (UPOE), so you don't need to install new electrical circuits to power your access points.
Cisco Unified Access is highly secure, to help protect your digital business. Your network holds the key to defending your organization. Cisco Unified Access solutions can complement and empower your security systems. The solution centralizes and unifies network access policy management to provide consistent, secure access to end users with Cisco Identity Service Engine (ISE). Cisco ISE helps create and enforce security and access policies for endpoint devices connected to your organization's routers and switches. Also part of Cisco Unified Access solution is Cisco TrustSec® technology which uses software-defined segmentation to simplify the provisioning of network access, accelerate security operations, and consistently enforce policy anywhere in the network.
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DNS filtering provides protection for your users and your data outside the periphery of your own networks. Cisco Umbrella (formerly OpenDNS Umbrella) built a Global Network that is integrated at the Internet's underlying DNS. The Global Network handles two percent of the world's Internet requests, which is a cross-section large enough to identify global patterns in security activity. Umbrella analyzes this massive flood of raw data to see where attacks are staged on the Internet, instead of waiting until an attack targets a customer.
Just as nations maintain surveillance over their adversaries, Umbrella monitors usage of the Internet. Every second, Umbrella acquires over one million malicious and non-malicious Internet events. Similar to the way Amazon learns from shoppers' purchase patterns and Pandora learns from music selection patterns, Umbrella uses big data technology to detect attack patterns. It automatically links suspect events to known threats, and correlates the events with associated DNS infrastructures and IP networks. Most importantly, Umbrella operates on continuous, real-time basis, so that it sees new relationships forming between domains, IPs and attackers' infrastructures before an emergent threat happens.