Announcement! We are moving our monthly webinars from the first Thursday to the second Thursday monthly beginning in 2018.
Register Todayfor our January 11, 2018 session "Easily Monitor Your Public Cloud with Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud."
Adoption of public cloud infrastructure, such as Amazon Web Services, is booming. Is your organization struggling to achieve the same security awareness in the public cloud as you have on your private network?
Cisco Stealthwatch Cloud is an easy-to-deploy SaaS-based solution that provides visibility, behavioral analysis, and threat detection of activity in the public cloud, without the need for software agents. Integration with your current Stealthwatch deployment allows you to monitor your entire IT surface, in your private network, your public cloud, or both from a single interface.
Be sure to join us! Andrew Akers will guide you through using Stealthwatch Cloud to overcome challenges to monitoring public cloud traffic, explain why agent-based approaches jeopardize the business benefits of cloud infrastructure, and demonstrate how your organization can achieve visibility and threat detection in the cloud without agents. And, our Stealthwatch technical experts,Peter Johnson and John Heintz, will be on hand to answer your Stealthwatch Enterprise and Stealthwatch Cloud questions in detail.
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