Let’s talk about firewalls, SD-WAN, and zero trust, says Cisco: Networking giant to host its first Security Virtual Summit

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Promo As the workforce becomes increasingly mobile, and business applications proliferate across devices and locations, the soaring volume of internet traffic puts pressure on organisations' security systems and policies – and introduces new risks.

Cisco is staging its first Security Virtual Summit for IT leaders seeking to find out how the network giant's innovations can help their organisations keep systems safe while also improving business performance.

The online conference will cover three main topics: the future of the firewall; making the move to Secure SD-WAN; and the concept of zero trust.

Find out why firewall features, such as threat intelligence, visibility, and automation, led Cisco to be named leader in the Gartner’s 2019 Magic Quadrant for network firewalls.

Businesses' need for a fast response to the demands of its customers, users, and branch offices, puts a strain on the traditional wide area network architecture. Cisco says its Secure SD-WAN solves the problem, with automation and cloud-based management reducing costs, improving performance, and increasing agility.

Most of us are familiar with zero trust – the idea that every person or device trying to access resources on a network, whether from within or outside, must provide strict identity verification. But what does it look like in practice?

Tune in at 10am GMT on 13 November for the answer to this and much more.

Sign up for the event right here.

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