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5 Captivating Cybersecurity Offerings At Cisco Live Digital 2021

From data loss prevention and automated SolarWinds attack workflows to passwordless authentication and a SASE subscription service, here’s a look at five vital Cisco cybersecurity offerings.

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5. New SecureX Workflow To Address SolarWinds Attack

Platform enhancements to Cisco SecureX are expected to reduce dwell time for security operations and automate tasks involved with detecting and remediating threats, the company said. New automated workflows include the SolarWinds supply chain attack, phishing investigations and threat investigations, which reduce the time to detect threats by 95 percent and the time to remediate them by 85 percent, Cisco said.

“This allows us to be able to react faster to events in clients’ environment and react in a faster, repeatable motion,” Insight’s Parsons told CRN. Automation can help Cisco partners like Insight boil down available data to what’s absolutely most critical and act more quickly on that, according to Parsons.

The SolarWinds supply chain attack workflow is a way for customers to ensure they’re not impacted and alleviates the extensive manual process many customers had to undertake months prior, Lialias said. More than 6,000 Cisco customers have deployed and are using SecureX since it was made generally available to the public in June 2020, according to Lialias.

Cisco Secure Client, meanwhile, is a newly integrated connector that simplifies the deployment and management of Cisco Secure Endpoint, AnyConnect VPN and Umbrella web and cloud security, with plans to add Duo access security as well, Lialias said. SecureX now provides turnkey configurations with more than 35 third-party technologies including Google, ServiceNow and Splunk, according to Cisco.

 
 
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