August 23, 2010

2010 Midyear Security Report

  • The Impact of Global Security Threats and Trends on the Enterprise
  • Cisco Systems
Web 2.0, mobility, virtualization, and other dramatic shifts in how we communicate and collaborate are carving out a new landscape for business and for enterprise security.

The business world continues to evolve due to spectacular revolutionary forces that are changing the way we work, live, learn, and play, and how we communicate and share information. These changes aren't something enterprises can choose to take part in or ignore; in fact, they're already having a profound impact on your business and your life at this very moment, whether you are unaware of or welcome the change.

These changes are part of the dramatic shifts - "tectonic forces" - that are making it essential for businesses to rethink their approach to enterprise security. Gone are the days when a network firewall would deter teenagers looking to hack into corporate databases for the challenge, notoriety, or for the fun of it. Now, serious and well-resourced criminals with business plans are intent on stealing both personal data and business intelligence they can sell--and perimeter-based security alone cannot stop them.

The Cisco Midyear Security Report examines these changes and their impact on the enterprise, and highlights other significant trends and threats creating security challenges for organizations worldwide. The report also includes recommendations from Cisco security experts designed to help enterprises strengthen their security.

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Cisco's midyear Security Report is always a very popular item with our Webtorials community.

I'm particularly glad that this year's report covers some of the issues that I consider to be among the most critical: mobility, virtualization, IPv6, and social media are high on the list.

Yet another "must read."

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