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Cisco threat-centric security solutions can enable service providers to enforce effective security everywhere across the production network and corporate IT. This includes carrier network infrastructure, mobile, cloud, video, and data center. Participate in deep dive workshops to learn how Cisco advanced security solutions provide visibility and protection across your extended network—before, during, and after an attack.

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Introducing Cisco Security for Video

Wednesday, November 30, 2016
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time (GMT-5)
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time (GMT-8)


Speakers:
Sam Rastogi, Sr. Product Marketing Manager
Michal Brenner, Product Marketing Manager
Avi Ben Simon, Director, Product Management

Host: Michal Brenner, Product Marketing Manager

Digitization is creating new business opportunities and security challenges for video operators, including service providers, and media and entertainment companies. Premium, high-valued content is at the heart of the video industry. Protecting that content and the revenue associated with it is top priority for all video operators. With the transition to more IP and cloud technology, the potential number of attacks and threats on video operator networks is growing. To protect against current and future threats in this environment, video operators need to adopt a holistic approach to achieve robust security. In this webcast, learn about Cisco Security for Video, launched at IBC 2016.

Topics of discussion for this session:

  • Why digitization demands a holistic security approach to protect video providers from data breaches and piracy
  • Cisco’s end-to-end holistic security solution for video providers
  • How Cisco Security for Video combines best-in-class technologies with an architectural approach to protect the content, service, infrastructure, and your business 

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November 30, 2016

Introducing Cisco Security for Video
Brief

Introducing Cisco Security for Video

Wednesday, November 30, 2016
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM Eastern Time (GMT-5)
8:00 AM - 9:00 AM Pacific Time (GMT-8)

Speakers:
Sam Rastogi, Sr. Product Marketing Manager
Michal Brenner, Product Marketing Manager
Avi Ben Simon, Director, Product Management

Host: Michal Brenner, Product Marketing Manager

Digitization is creating new business opportunities and security challenges for video operators, including service providers, and media and entertainment companies. Premium, high-valued content is at the heart of the video industry. Protecting that content and the revenue associated with it is top priority for all video operators. With the transition to more IP and cloud technology, the potential number of attacks and threats on video operator networks is growing. To protect against current and future threats in this environment, video operators need to adopt a holistic approach to achieve robust security. In this webcast, learn about Cisco Security for Video, launched at IBC 2016.

Topics of discussion for this session:

  • Why digitization demands a holistic security approach to protect video providers from data breaches and piracy
  • Cisco’s end-to-end holistic security solution for video providers
  • How Cisco Security for Video combines best-in-class technologies with an architectural approach to protect the content, service, infrastructure, and your business 

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Oct 12, 2016

Threat Centric Security for Service Providers
Brief   |   Presentation   |   Video

Threat Centric Security for Service Providers

Oct 12, 2016

Speaker: Sam Rastogi, SP Security Product & Solutions Marketing

The growth of video, mobility, the Internet of Everything (IoE), and cloud presents opportunities for Service Providers to create innovative new services. But these new trends introduce security gaps for cyber criminals to infiltrate their business. 

Customers now require ubiquitous access to their services, and immediate incorporation of the latest capabilities.

Service Providers are adopting open and programmable network architectures that increase business agility and lower costs. But cyber adversaries are exploiting the growing attack surface presented by new services, expanded network connections, and device proliferation. 

A new simple, open, and automated security architecture is needed to effectively protect the service provider’s network and business infrastructure while safeguarding assets from threats. One that guards networks from advanced threats with an agile solution that doesn’t impede performance, and how Security can be a business enabler for Service Providers. 

In this session you will learn or Top 5 things you need to know…

  • Key Industry trends and security challenges for Service Providers
  • Overview of Cisco SP Security Vision, Strategy, and Solutions Architecture
  • Key use cases for Mobility, Carrier Network, Video, Data Center, and Cloud/NFV & Managed Services
  • Learn how simple, open, and automated security architecture can be effective to protect the SP’s business, customers, and business critical data.

 

May 11, 2016

Service Provider Threat-Centric NFV Security Services
Brief   |   Presentation   |  Video

Service Provider Threat-Centric NFV Security Services

May 11, 2016

Speaker:
Mike Geller, Principal Engineer
Jean-Pierre Muzard, Business Development Manager

Service providers are witnessing the proliferation of video, mobility, IoT, and cloud services. These trends present both business opportunities and security challenges. To meet the new opportunities, service providers are adopting open and programmable network architectures that increase business agility, lower costs, and reduce risk. Cyberadversaries, however, are exploiting the growing attack surface presented by new services, expanded network connections, and device proliferation. Unfortunately, traditional security approaches are not keeping pace with evolved programmable networks (EPNs) or with the changing threat landscape.

Cisco threat-centric security solutions for service providers are designed to support the transition to cloud and network functions virtualization (NFV). These security solutions are built for web-speed agility while designed to protect service providers and their customers from advanced threat actors. Hence, security controls can now be deployed to match the on-demand nature of open and programmable networks and cloud service delivery.

Cisco has put its leading threat-centric security solutions under rigorous independent testing for dynamic physical and virtual service provider environments. EANTC validation testing showed that service providers can move confidently and quickly to embrace NFV, and the new innovative services that will allow them to build, while minimizing risk.

In this session you will learn what threats and challenges security practitioners must address as their service providers transition to NFV. Then you will learn how Cisco, as the industry’s first third-party tested and validated supplier by EANTC, can assist with the delivery of end-to-end security solutions to protect networks across physical, virtual, and cloud environments.