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Simplifying remote site security with Cisco’s new video surveillance modules on the ISR

June 10th, 2008 · 1 Comment · 4s ranch rancho bernardo san diego witch fire evacuated, CCIE, CISCO, security, sun, Technology

One giant pain I have always faced when working with high security environments is dealing with surveillance systems. They are a necessary and required part of your security infrastructure. However they just never seem to integrate as well as your network, storage, or server devices. When I work with data center infrastructure I expect the [...]

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Identity aware networking using Cisco TrustSec

February 23rd, 2008 · No Comments · CISCO, DC3.0, security

With all the fanfare surrounding the recent Nexus 7000 release I think many people have missed a significant new development in Cisco’s security portfolio. That new development is Cisco TrustSec. TrustSec takes the classic notion of access control based source and destination ip:ports and replaces it with a role and resource based methodology that fits [...]

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Book Review – Security Threat Mitigation and Response: Understanding Cisco Security MARS

November 14th, 2006 · No Comments · book review, CISCO, security, Technology, Uncategorized

Book Review – Security Threat Mitigation and Response: Understanding Cisco Security MARS Security Threat Mitigation and Response: Understanding Cisco Security MARS by Dale Tesch, Greg Abelar Publisher: Cisco Press Pub Date: September 28, 2006 Print ISBN-10: 1-58705-260-1 Print ISBN-13: 978-1-58705-260-6 Pages: 408 This book had so much potential to be a great. Sadly it turned [...]

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