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"On March 6, 2017, Apache disclosed a vulnerability in the Jakarta multipart parser of Apache Struts could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to execute arbitrary code on an affected system. This vulnerability has been assigned CVE-ID CVE-2017-5638. " (Cisco Security Advisory)
Network security is often delegated to singular devices within the network. For instance, you might allow unfettered access for all endpoints within the core of your corporate network and enforce the access policy at the edge firewall. For your wireless users, you might choose to enforce a singular policy for all users allowing every wireless user access to HTTP, HTTPS, SSH, and Telnet and implementing this policy at the access point (autonomous mode) or at the Wireless LAN Controller (lightweight mode). This “one-size-fits-all” approach is not the ideal way to implement network security.
Fireside Chats are a LookingPoint video series where we bring casual technology conversations to you! In this chat we are discussing a topic that many of our customers are talking about this year: Security and Network Visibility. Sit back, relax, and enjoy another fireside chat.
Collaboration solutions for the modern workforce are focused more and more on enabling the mobile workforce, and why should security be any different? Today’s workforce is digitizing rapidly with more and more companies’ business model reflecting trends like mobility and “bring your own device”. The exponential growth of online devices is expected to grow from 15B today to 500B by 2030. With increased digitization comes security advancements and an increased need for networks security.
By this time, I’m sure you’ve all heard about the whole SD-WAN, or Software Defined Wide Area Network, craze hitting the industry. Heck, if you are reading this now, it probably means you are in the process of researching, piloting, or operating one yourself. This is great news! However, if you are looking for a high-level, marketing overview of the four pillars of an SD-WAN, then you are probably in the wrong place! In this article, I’m going to pass on some information from my personal experiences with one SD-WAN solution, Cisco IWAN.
On February 2, 2017 Cisco announced a major issue affecting products from their routing, switching, security and server product lines. Reference Tables A through D below for a full list of affected products and part numbers.
Fireside Chats are a LookingPoint video series where we bring casual technology conversations to you! This week we are discussing another topic that is taking 2017 by storm: Enabling collaboration solutions in the workplace. Sit back, relax, and enjoy another fireside chat.
Whether you're making the jump to cloud with Cisco Spark or sticking with your existing on premise Unified Communications implementation, the push to enable collaboration is happening in businesses across all verticals. The need to enable collaboration and empower employees to work from anywhere while maintaining the same level of collaboration as an in-person interaction is in high demand. This need is driven by the influx of millennials into the workforce, the fact that no one likes commuting, or a bit of both.
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