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Cisco ASA Firewall – Lifeline of today’s Data Centers – Recording from Live Webcast

As you might have read in my previous post, I was scheduled to host a Webcast for CSC on Cisco ASA as next gen firewall.

In case you couldn’t make it to the live session – no worries, the recording of the webcast is now available on Cisco Support Community (CSC) as well as Cisco Live 365. Also, as a bonus, there are FAQs, Ask The Expert queries and you can also download the slides used during the webcast (all on CSC, slides only on Cisco Live).

You can access the recording at following URLs:

Cisco Support Community – https://supportforums.cisco.com/videos/6671

Cisco Live 365 – https://ciscolive365.com/connect/sessionDetail.ww?SESSION_ID=74367&backBtn=true

So, if you wish to see ASA 5500 and 5500-X firewalls in action and clustering demo, what are you waiting for? See the video and don’t forget to rate!

 

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Posted by on August 14, 2013 in UC Security Posts

 

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CSC Webcast – Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Firewalls: Lifeline of Today’s Data Centers

I invite you to join me for live webcast on ‘Cisco Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) Firewalls: Lifeline of Today’s Data Centers’ on 30 Jul 2013 at 11.30 am IST (GMT +5.30). I’ll be your host during this session.

Please register for this event at following URL

http://tools.cisco.com/gems/cust/customerSite.do?METHOD=W&LANGUAGE_ID=E&PRIORITY_CODE=&SEMINAR_CODE=S18619

An overview of the webcast –

Firewalls have been an integral component of data networks ever since the inception of network attacks. Cisco ASA redefines firewalling technology by providing state-of-the-art firewall capabilities, VPN termination, inline modules for antivirus, spam prevention, and intrusion prevention and, most importantly, by enabling organizations to filter and control traffic as per their security policy.

During this live event, Cisco subject matter expert Akhil Behl will focus on various new features of the Cisco ASA firewall as a next-generation data center firewall in terms of its capability, scalability, and performance. The emphasis will be on Cisco ASA as a next-generation data center firewall, providing clustering and intelligent threat defense using Cisco ScanSafe technology and access control based on Cisco TrustSec. The essence of the session will revolve around how Cisco ASA 5500 series firewalls can deliver high-class performance with utmost reliability and stakeholder satisfaction in today’s competitive environment.

During the live webcast, you will learn about:

• An introduction to Cisco ASA 5500 and 5500-x series firewalls
• Cisco ASA next-generation firewall technology for borderless networks
• Insight into Cisco ASA clustering
• Overview of Cisco ASA web security (ScanSafe)
• Overview of Cisco ASA TrustSec

 
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Posted by on July 16, 2013 in UC Security Posts

 

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Audio review and intro of ‘Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks’

I’ve to admit, this is pretty cool!

There’s now an audio review and intro available for the book ‘Securing Cisco Telephony Networks’ thanks to ComputerBookMix.com

To listen to audio preview click here Audio Preview of Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks

 
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Posted by on April 3, 2013 in UC Security Audio

 

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Have you ever experienced a security breach in your VoIP network?

 
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Posted by on April 3, 2013 in Polls

 

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Interested in UCSEC (Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Security)?

Interested in Cisco’s new course on securing Cisco UC networks, better known as – UCSEC or Implementing Cisco Unified Communications Security?

This course is conducted by various Cisco Learning Partners and focuses on security of Cisco UC network, from an end to end point of view. This course is comprehensive and covers almost all major aspects of Cisco UC security. I haven’t taken the course myself ( I should be teaching it 🙂 ) however, on first impression from table of contents, the course ware will help you understand the topics covered during the ILT course.

However, to gain more insight and build on real world security model – ground up you need a guide and a reference which you can take with you in those grilling sessions with customer and use during design, implementation, consulting, maintenance, or during discovery milestones of the project.

You guessed it right! You need – Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks which will guide you through various stages of building, deploying, and maintaining a secure Cisco UC solution. This book is your true companion, guide, and reference to learning and implementing Cisco UC Security.

http://www.amazon.com/dp/1587142953

http://www.ciscopress.com/title/9781587142956

So, if you are planning to take UCSEC course, be sure to pick up your copy of Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks and use it as a reference, as a text, as a guide, and as a companion.

 
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Posted by on March 16, 2013 in UC Security Posts

 

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Understanding Cisco UC Security

Understanding Cisco UC Security

VoIP Security is top of mind concern for CIO’s, IT managers, UC engineers, and security professionals. This video highlights the various potential threats that exist in real world around VoIP networks and the remediation methods, Cisco UC solution defense construct, UC PKI, Security by Deafult (SBD) and much more.

https://supportforums.cisco.com/videos/5584

The video is accompanied by a blog (and you can also download the slide deck for your future reference)

 
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Posted by on March 13, 2013 in UC Security Videos

 

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Security Cisco IP Telephony Networks – Download Sample Content

Securing Cisco IP Telephony Networks provides an all-in-one reference to Cisco UC, IP Telephony and security professionals as well as decision makers. Here’s your chance to grab two free chapters offered by Cisco Press as sample content from the newly released book.

While Chapter 1 introduces you to the world of Cisco IP Telephony security as well as various threats, business challenges, and so on Chapter 4 gives an insight to a Security Framework around Cisco IP Telephony / Unified Communications which will enable you/your organization to successfully implement the right level of security for Cisco UC applications, underlying network, devices, and so on.

You can access the free content here:

Chapter 1 courtesy Cisco Press

Index and Chapter 4 courtesy Cisco Press

If you enjoyed the free sample chapters, you can buy the eBook or grab a paperback copy @

Cisco Press (Paperback)

Cisco Press (eBook)

Amazon (Paperback)

Amazon (Kindle edition, eBook)

For Indian Subcontinent/AsiaPac readers Infibeam (Paperback)

 
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Posted by on November 15, 2012 in UC Security Posts

 

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