#ConnectedFutures #FutureOfMobility 
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Strength Through Integration: 
Securing The Mobile Enterprise
#ConnectedFutures #FutureOfMobility 
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Welcome to the era of the mobile 
blind spot.
The mobile blind spot is one of 
the biggest challenges for today’s 
security professionals. 
Source: Chandra Sekar, Direc...
Source: Chandra Sekar, Director of Product Marketing at Citrix 
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Mobile blind spot = complexity of 
enterprise security ...
5 
When everything is becoming digital, private, public 
and civil institutions become more dependent on 
information syst...
6 
Although the Cisco Annual Security Report paints a 
grim picture of the current state of cyber security, there 
is hope...
The industry fights back. In sharing threat intelligence and 
integrating security capabilities across enterprise networks...
Using Cisco Platform Exchange Grid (pxGrid) and Cisco 
Identity Services Engine (ISE), Ecosystem partners are 
working to ...
Mobility intensifies threat vectors, and it is invaluable for 
Lancope to have a common framework to share relevant 
infor...
With better integration, visibility, and control, industry leaders 
and security professionals can contemplate new ways to...
11 
To truly protect against all of these possible attacks, 
defenders must understand attackers, their 
motivations and t...
Instead of security professionals reacting after the fact or 
hoping for the best, the network takes over, identifying the...
We are leveraging the collective intelligence and capabilities 
of the industry so our customers scan support mobility and...
14 
Download the 2014 edition of the 
Cisco Annual Security Report. 
#ConnectedFutures
For more information about how secure 
mobile solutions can transform business 
operations and outcomes, visit: 
#Connecte...
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#CiscoBlog References:
1) What Next-Generation Wi-Fi Models Could Mean for Secure Mobility by Evelyn deSouza http://blogs.cisco.com/security/what-next-generation-wi-fi-models-could-mean-for-secure-mobility/
2) Mobile Security: Is the Risk Worth the Reward? by Evelyn deSouza http://blogs.cisco.com/security/mobile-security-is-the-risk-worth-the-reward/
3) Securing the Future Enterprise by Bret Hartman http://blogs.cisco.com/security/securing-the-future-enterprise/

Connected Futures SlideShare Summaries: http://www.slideshare.net/CiscoBusinessInsights/tagged/ConnectedFutures feature vertical industries including: education, retail, hospitality, health care, manufacturing, transportation, and utilities.

View More #ConnectedFutures Perspectives:
• European Focus: Innovating for a Mobile World http://www.slideshare.net/CiscoBusinessInsights/mobilizemag-innovating-for-a-mobile-world
• Retail: Shaping The Mobile Shopping Experience http://www.slideshare.net/CiscoBusinessInsights/mobilizemag-shaping-the-mobile-shopping-experience
• Security: Securing the Mobile Enterprise http://www.slideshare.net/CiscoBusinessInsights/mobilizemag-securing-the-mobile-enterprise
• Industry Verticals: Creating Mobile Experiences http://www.slideshare.net/CiscoBusinessInsights/mobilizemag-creating-mobile-experiences
• CIO Perspectives: Mobility, Customer Experience, and the Road Ahead http://www.slideshare.net/CiscoBusinessInsights/cio-perspectives-mobility-customer-experience-and-the-road-ahead
• Healthcare and Mobility: New Advancements Lead to Better Patient Care http://www.slideshare.net/CiscoBusinessInsights/mobilizemag-healthcare-and-mobilityand-new-advancements-lead-to-better-patient-care

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  • Connected Futures: Securing the Mobile Enterprise

    1. 1. #ConnectedFutures #FutureOfMobility 1 Strength Through Integration: Securing The Mobile Enterprise
    2. 2. #ConnectedFutures #FutureOfMobility 2 Welcome to the era of the mobile blind spot.
    3. 3. The mobile blind spot is one of the biggest challenges for today’s security professionals. Source: Chandra Sekar, Director of Product Marketing at Citrix 3 #ConnectedFutures
    4. 4. Source: Chandra Sekar, Director of Product Marketing at Citrix 4 Mobile blind spot = complexity of enterprise security in the face of mobility #ConnectedFutures
    5. 5. 5 When everything is becoming digital, private, public and civil institutions become more dependent on information systems and more vulnerable to attack by sophisticated cybercriminals, political “hacktivists”, nation states, and even their own employees. Source: Risk and responsibility in a hyperconnected world: Implications for enterprises by David Chinn, James Kaplan and Allen Weinberg – McKinsey&Company #ConnectedFutures
    6. 6. 6 Although the Cisco Annual Security Report paints a grim picture of the current state of cyber security, there is hope for restoring trust in people, institutions and technologies – and that starts with empowering defenders with real world knowledge about expanding attack surfaces. Source: John N. Stewart, Senior Vice President, Chief Security Officer, Threat Response Intelligence and Development - Cisco #ConnectedFutures
    7. 7. The industry fights back. In sharing threat intelligence and integrating security capabilities across enterprise networks, industry leaders are working to overcome the mobile blind spot. Cisco Security Partner Ecosystem 7 #ConnectedFutures
    8. 8. Using Cisco Platform Exchange Grid (pxGrid) and Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE), Ecosystem partners are working to establish common security policies, share relevant contextual information, and improve the mobility awareness of their solutions. Cisco Security Partner Ecosystem 8 #ConnectedFutures
    9. 9. Mobility intensifies threat vectors, and it is invaluable for Lancope to have a common framework to share relevant information. This moves the network from being just a source of visibility and data to being a control plane for taking action against the sophisticated threats our customers face today. Source: David Cocchiara, Chief Operating and Financial Officer – Lancope, a leading provider of network visibility and security intelligence. 9 #ConnectedFutures
    10. 10. With better integration, visibility, and control, industry leaders and security professionals can contemplate new ways to protect the mobile enterprise. Bart Lauwers, a 25 year security veteran, calls this the rise of the “invisible policeman”. 10 #ConnectedFutures
    11. 11. 11 To truly protect against all of these possible attacks, defenders must understand attackers, their motivations and their methods before, during and after an attack. Source: John N. Stewart, Senior Vice President, Chief Security Officer, Threat Response Intelligence and Development - Cisco #ConnectedFutures
    12. 12. Instead of security professionals reacting after the fact or hoping for the best, the network takes over, identifying the potential threats and communicating action proactively to other solutions. Source: James Plouffe, Enterprise Architect at MobileIron 12 #ConnectedFutures
    13. 13. We are leveraging the collective intelligence and capabilities of the industry so our customers scan support mobility and productivity – without compromising security. Source: Dave Frampton, Vice President and General Manager of Cisco’s Secure Access and Mobility Product Group 13 #ConnectedFutures
    14. 14. 14 Download the 2014 edition of the Cisco Annual Security Report. #ConnectedFutures
    15. 15. For more information about how secure mobile solutions can transform business operations and outcomes, visit: #ConnectedFutures ConnectedFuturesMag #FutureOfMobility 15 #CiscoMobility
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