Cisco Umbrella

Cisco Umbrella is a cloud security platform that provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet wherever users go. By learning from internet activity patterns, Umbrella automatically uncovers current and emerging threats. And because it’s built into the foundation of the internet and delivered from the cloud, Umbrella is the simplest security product to deploy and delivers powerful, effective protection.
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10 Things to Look for in a Secure Internet Gateway

As networks become more decentralized and users connect directly to SaaS applications, security must also shift to the cloud. A new category of products is emerging to address these changes, the Secure Internet Gateway (SIG).

Reduce the Number of Ransomware Infections Across Your Organization

Although variants of ransomware behave differently, there are many ways to address them. Download this whitepaper to learn how to automatically discover, classify, and predict the callback destinations used ransomware variants.

A Network Manager’s Guide to Ransomware

Although variants of ransomware behave differently, there are many ways address them. Download this infographic to learn how to discover, classify, and even predict the callback destinations used by ransomware variants.

What Attacks Aren’t You Seeing?

See why fortune 50 companies are using DNS to complement existing security measures. Download this eBook to learn how DNS provides visibility into all internet requests across your network to block connections to malicious IP's.

30 Minutes to a More Secure Enterprise

As the volume and sophistication of attacks intensify relentlessly, conventional defense methods are proving no longer adequate. Download this whitepaper to learn how DNS-layer security offers extremely compelling value.

Solution Brief: Why Firewalls and Antivirus are Not Enough

Each step of the attacker’s operation provides an opportunity for security providers to observe its presence and defend its intrusion. On the next page, four detailed example attacks are laid out using a seven-step framework.