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Cisco 2016 Annual Security Report

Gain DNS insight from The DNS Blind Spot or grab the complete Cisco 2016 Annual Security Report, which highlights the challenges that defenders face in detecting and blocking attackers who employ a rich and ever-changing arsenal of tools. The report also includes research from external experts, such as Level 3 Threat Research Labs, to help shed more light on current threat trends.

Top 10 Reasons to Point to OpenDNSOpenDNS utilizes new methodologies to eradicate malware, botnets and phishing through DNS, and use the system to intelligently route our users around it. Not to mention speed up the Internet and move the state of the art for the Domain Name System forward.
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cisco-umbrella-roaming-mobility-matters-600x400NEW: Cisco Umbrella Roaming

Umbrella Roaming is a cloud-delivered security service for Cisco’s next-generation firewall. It protects your employees even when they are off the VPN. No additional agents are required. Simply enable the Umbrella functionality in the Cisco AnyConnect client. You’ll get seamless protection against malware, phishing, and command-and-control callbacks wherever your users go.

How it works for you:

Cisco Umbrella Roaming Architecture

Multi-device protection with Cisco Umbrella BranchNEW: Cisco Umbrella Branch

Umbrella Branch is a cloud-delivered security service for the Cisco Integrated Services Router (ISR). It provides the first layer of defense against threats at branch offices. And it offers the simplest, fastest way to protect every device on your branch network. You gain visibility and enforcement at the DNS layer, so you can block requests to malicious domains and IPs before a connection is ever made.

Understanding the first layer of defense.


Branch Offices mean:


Cisco ASA 5506-X next-generation firewall with FirePOWER ServicesAlready have a Cisco next-generation firewall?

Easily pair Cisco Umbrella with your next-generation firewalls and/or Integrated Service Routers.

Learn about NGFWs.

Get under the Cisco Umbrella:

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