Anexinet Infrastructure Modernization Podcast: Modern Endpoint Protection with Cisco Part 2
Shannon, Nick, Nick, Dave and I continue our discussion about Modern Endpoint protection. In this part 2, we finish up our discussion about the material impacts of ransomware attacks. Then we get a little technical, discussing Cisco’s TALOS program, how it acts as a unique differentiator and how it informs the security of all the tools we talked about in part 1 (Amp, Umbrella, and Meraki, among others). We discuss the details of how TALOS approaches modern malware and ransomware, the scourge of SMS spam, and the importance of user education. We also go over how TALOS can help customers directly, both educationally as well as in the event that there is an attack at a customer’s site.
Note: This is part 2 of a 2-part series.
Chris Hayner, Enterprise Architect, Anexinet
Nick Kelly, Cybersecurity Architect, Cisco
Shannon Aparicio, Cybersecurity Partner Specialist, Cisco
Nick Biasini, Threat Researcher, Cisco
Dave Mahoney, Enterprise Services Architect, Anexinet
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