Cisco Umbrella’s global cloud architecture delivers network resiliency and reliability to keep your performance fast, and your connections secure. Umbrella peers directly with more than 1000 organizations to reduce hop count and pump up performance. With more than 6000 peering sessions, Umbrella is able to create shortcuts to major internet cloud providers that shrinks latency and delivers better performance between our customers and their networks.
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Learn how and why the Cisco global cloud architecture – our robust, global, and battle-hardened infrastructure – directly supports your business and your bottom line.
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Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) is becoming a standard approach for securing the increasingly distributed users, data and applications. Cisco Umbrella and Cisco SD-WAN explain effective solutions.
The AV-TEST was commissioned by Cisco to determine how well vendors protected remote workers against malware, phishing sites, and malicious websites.
In this ebook we will look at the challenges facing today’s security professionals and explore some simple actions you can take to reduce malware, simplify security and improve network performance.
Cisco Umbrella provides protection across five use cases with secure web gateway, cloud-delivered firewall, DNS-layer security, and cloud access security broker (CASB) solutions.
Cisco study of cyberthreats finds a rise in malware using sophisticated hiding and evasion techniques, requiring machine speed and predictive threat intelligence.
Cyberattackers have not been slowed down by the worldwide pandemic. Phishing, cryptojacking, and trojans all continue to dominate the cybersecurity threat charts.
As remote employees use work devices for personal activities, and personal devices for work activities, cloud-based apps – especially unauthorized cloud apps – are more popular than ever.
Are you using vulnerable cloud apps that open the door to ransomware, malware, or other types of network attacks? Our Cisco Umbrella infographic reveals the three riskiest ones in 2021.
Learn about the benefits and key features of Umbrella in this at a glance.
Umbrella provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet by blocking requests to malicious destinations (domains, IPs, URLs) before a connection is established.
In this guide, we define the four core components of a robust, forward-thinking cloud security solution, and show how Cisco and the Cisco Umbrella security service deliver on these elements.
When selecting a SASE platform, it’s important to consider how a service is architected, built, and enhanced as it directly impacts your business, your SLA to your customers, and your own bottom line.
Umbrella’s containerized multi-tenant architecture, built in the cloud using microservices, powers scalability and reliability.
Hybrid work is going mainstream. People will return to the office, but many will continue to work remotely. That’s why so many IT teams are moving to Secure Access Service Edge (SASE).
Do you know how to choose a Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) vendor? Can you pick the right solution to protect your network from ransomware, malware, and other dangers?
The Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) model is a market disruptor. SASE is changing how organizations manage and secure their networks, users, apps, and devices.
Look at where the security landscape is heading, identify the gaps in today’s security stack, and highlight the steps you can take to keep your organization safe and secure.
The 2nd edition of Cisco Umbrella's popular Ransomware Defense For Dummies eBook explores the top cyber security best practices to reduce ransomware risks.