Is Cisco Back (as an enterprise security leader)?

JoJoCal19JoJoCal19 California KidMod Posts: 2,829 Mod
Is Cisco Back (as an enterprise security leader)?

Of particular interest to me:

"Cisco is also jumping into the managed security services market with both feet. For example, it now offers a big data security analytics managed service for incident detection, investigations, and forensics. While Cisco uses a physical Hadoop cluster on the customer premise, the service is fully managed by Cisco security analysts and customers pay for it on an annual subscription basis. Cisco will continue to expand upon managed security solutions moving forward."

I've read a lot of comments elsewhere of Dell mucking up Secureworks after the transition, and if Cisco is looking to expand and become a major player in the MSSP space, I'd definitely be interested in getting on board there.
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  • RouteMyPacketRouteMyPacket Member Posts: 1,104
    PaloAlto is eating Cisco's lunch...Cisco has been a major disappointment on the Security front. Sure they acquired SoureFire but they are far from being at the point where customers are seeing a positive impact from that acquisition.

    IMO, Cisco Security is moving forward but is in a "TBD" status.
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