Join us in Fulton, Maryland from 1 - 3:00 ET on November 29.
Your special invitation to attend our exclusive Data Center Security Workshop
The data center is a crucial component of today’s enterprise infrastructure, housing the critical data and applications required to conduct business on a 24/7 basis. With access anytime from anywhere, data centers and their data “currency” are ripe for attack.
Because of Cisco’s expertise in both security and data center, Cisco offers innovation with integration to protect your data and application workloads across public, private, and hybrid cloud, spanning the data center, network, and endpoints.
Join Cisco’s data center and security experts to learn how you can: - Learn how you can achieve business outcomes for your organization in a simple, secure and agile way. - Improve and simplify the security posture for a multi-cloud world with a focused approach to visibility, segmentation, and threat protection. - Solve complex use cases with big data analytics and automation to simplify operational challenges.
This workshop is for Enterprise, Commercial and Public-Sector Organizations interested in learning about the latest technologies, integrated and working together to solve the challenge of securing the modern data center.
- Data Center, Network and / or Security Solution Architects / Engineering Thought Leaders. - Data Center, Network and / Security Operations Leaders / Operations Strategy. - IT Management looking to understand how an integrated solution solves real world use cases.
Understand the Cisco solution through real world use cases – We review actual customer scenarios to show how to introduce automation, reduce complexity and increase agility.
Strategies for securing your applications and workloads – Everywhere
Multi-layered segmentation of the network, fabric, and applications and why that is so important to the modern data center
Hear from Cisco Security experts on Cisco’s Data Center Security Reference Architectures and see demonstrations of it in action.
Seating will be available on a first come, first served basis - please click REGISTER NOW to reserve your place.
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