Securing The Future
Global availability of the Cisco SecureX cybersecurity platform is rapidly approaching, and the San Jose, Calif.-based technology giant said customers can expect to benefit from features like unified dashboards and automated workflows. The company is also debuting a new email security feature and unifying its endpoint security and multi-factor authentication capabilities to better safeguard remote workers.
Cisco SecureX will save time and reduce management complexity for partners and customers alike, according to Bob Cagnazzi, CEO of New York-based Presidio, No. 22 on the 2020 CRN Solution Provider 500. The platform gives Presidio a global view of its Cisco infrastructure and insight into all technology areas, which Cagnazzi said will allow the company to identify and diagnose security issues more quickly.
“Customers don’t want point products in security anymore,” Cagnazzi told CRN. “SecureX is a game-changer for managed services.”
Solution providers will benefit from reduced operational complexity and additional sales and services opportunities thanks to SecureX, said Jeff Reed, senior vice president of product for Cisco’s Security Business Group. From crowdsourced automated workflows on GitHub to a selection of more than 70 customizable metrics, here are the top security features rolling out at the Cisco Live 2020 virtual event.