Information Security Programs
Cisco is committed to empowering employee, customer, and partner security by sharing best practices and executive thought leadership.
Protecting intellectual property is one of the most important steps a business can take to safeguard its assets. Lost data can cost an organization millions of dollars, and jeopardize employee and customer information.
Cisco 2011 Annual Security Report
Learn about global threats and trends for 2011.
Gain timely, relevant analysis of current trends and threats, and learn how to protect the enterprise in today's dynamic world. Through articles, interviews, podcasts, and reports, Cisco security executives and professionals explain the requirements for securing the network.
Obama Security Report
John N. Stewart describes the threat environment President Obama and his administration face now and in the future. (Video - 1:59 min)
Public-private partnerships are essential for protecting industry and government, including the critical infrastructure each relies on. Cisco is committed to bridging the gap between industry and government, supporting government requirements from strategy and education through technology.
Cisco has created an award-winning security awareness and education program and would like to share our lessons learned and leading practices with you.
Learn about the Cisco Security Awareness Program.
Register to access an in-depth, web-based guide to learn how Cisco built its Security Awareness and Education Program with material you can use to create your own.
Learn more in the "Fact or Fiction" episode with chief security officer John N. Stewart.
(Video - 9:22 min)
It takes more than best practices and technology to keep your organization highly secure. You need to create a culture of security, giving your employees the knowledge, training, and tools to enact the policies that will help themselves and your business.