Secure Mobility: Take the
Quiz to Assess Your Habits
October is a good time to assess your mobile security habits because its
National Cyber Security Awareness month, when federal, state, and local
governments and educational institutions collaborate to promote safe online
Articles and Analysis
Software-Defined Networking (SDN): Increase Service Levels Without Increasing
Federal government agencies now have a new,
budget-friendly way to sustain and increase IT service levels. It’s called SDN,
for software-defined networking.
Cybersecurity: New Threats, New Tactics
What are the latest cyber threats – and how serious are they -
to government agencies? What steps are agencies taking to protect their systems
and people? Learn how digital threats are affecting agencies and what solutions
federal, state and local governments are using to combat them.
The Legacy Play: Where We’ve Been, Where We
Are Going, and How We Will be Remembered |
How are public sector leaders establishing legacies in their
agencies? Hear how public sector leaders are transforming their organizations
while preparing their agencies and protégés for the future.
Big Data: The Network Challenge
white paper for an in-depth look at how agencies are implementing Big Data
initiatives while ensuring that their network infrastructures are up to the
Networking: Why We Like It and How We Are Building On It
the Open Networking Foundation (ONF), software-defined networking (SDN) is a
network architecture that decouples the control and data planes, moving the
control plane (network intelligence and policy making) to an application called
a controller. Cisco advocates a broader view of SDN that incorporates multiple
models for network programmability, in addition to the controller/agent model
defined by the ONF for OpenFlow.
Products and Solutions
Learn about the products featured in this newsletter.
- Cisco eXtensible Network Controller
- Cisco Threat Defense