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Cisco Security Presentation

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As the industry’s first Secure Internet Gateway in the cloud, Cisco Umbrella provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet, protecting all your users within minutes.
Cisco Advanced Malware Protection offers global threat intelligence, advanced sandboxing and real-time malware blocking to prevent breaches while it continuously analyzes file activity across your network, so that you can quickly detect, contain and remove advanced malware.

Presentation of Cisco Security Architecture and Solutions such as Cisco Advanced Malware Protection (AMP) and Cisco Umbrella during Simplex-Cisco Technology Session that took place at the Londa Hotel in Limassol on 14 March 2018.

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Cisco Security Presentation

  1. 1. Nikos Mourtzinos, CCIE #9763 Cisco Cyber Security Sales Specialist March 2018 How to build a multi-layer Security Architecture to detect and remediate threats in real time
  2. 2. Cisco Strategy Umbrella AMP for Endpoints Multi-layer Security Architecture Agenda
  3. 3. Cisco Integrated Security Architecture Vision ??? Strategy Hardware Software Execution Metrics
  4. 4. Cisco Integrated Security Architecture Vision ??? Strategy Hardware Software Execution Threat Prevention Metrics
  5. 5. Cisco Integrated Security Architecture Vision ??? Strategy Hardware Software Execution Threat Prevention Metrics Perimeter Endpoint
  6. 6. Cisco Integrated Security Architecture Vision ??? Strategy Hardware Software Execution Threat Prevention Detection Metrics Perimeter Endpoint
  7. 7. Cisco Integrated Security Architecture Vision ??? Strategy Hardware Software Execution Threat Prevention Detection Metrics Perimeter Endpoint Internal Network Cloud
  8. 8. Cisco Integrated Security Architecture Vision Security Everywhere Strategy Hardware Software Xware Execution Threat Prevention Detection Containment Response Metrics Perimeter Endpoint Internal Network Cloud
  9. 9. Most Security Vendors – Legacy Architecture Vision ??? Strategy Hardware Software Xware Execution Threat Prevention Detection Containment Response Metrics Perimeter Endpoint Internal Network Cloud
  10. 10. All Cyber Security Startups Vision Strategy Hardware Software Xware Execution Threat Prevention Detection Containment Response Metrics Perimeter Endpoint Internal Network Cloud
  11. 11. Cisco Integrated Security Architecture Vision Security Everywhere Strategy Hardware Software Xware Execution Threat Prevention Detection Containment Response Metrics Perimeter Endpoint Internal Network Cloud
  12. 12. Cisco Umbrella Vision Cisco Umbrella Strategy Hardware Software Xware Execution Threat Prevention Detection Containment Response Metrics Perimeter Endpoint Internal Network Cloud
  13. 13. Cisco AMP for Endpoints Vision Cisco AMP for Endpoints Strategy Hardware Software Xware Execution Threat Prevention Detection Containment Response Metrics Perimeter Endpoint Internal Network Cloud
  14. 14. By 2018, Gartner estimates: 25% of corporate data traffic will bypass perimeter security.
  15. 15. DNS is used by every device on your network.
  16. 16. It all starts with DNS Umbrella Cisco.com 72.163.4.161 DNS = Domain Name System First step in connecting to the internet Precedes file execution and IP connection Used by all devices Port agnostic
  17. 17. Key points Visibility and protection everywhere Deployment in minutes Integrations to amplify existing investments 208.67.222.222 Umbrella (OpenDNS) The fastest and easiest way to block threats Malware C2 Callbacks Phishing
  18. 18. and Here AMP AMP AMP FIREPOWER AMP AMP FIREPOWER Here HereHere Here Here HQ Branch Branch Roaming Off-net AMP Internet LANCOPE AMP 4 FP FIREPOWER AMP AMP AMPAMP AMP AMP Here
  19. 19. Suspicious Domain Owner Server in High Risk Location Dynamic IP Address Domain Registered < 1 Min 192.1.0.68 example .com Example.org17.0.2.12 BeijingLondonSan JoseKiev HTTPSSLHTTPS Domain Registered > 2 Year Domain Registered < 1 Month Web server < 1 Month Who HowWhere When 111010000 110 0001110 00111 010011101 11000 0111 0001110 1001 1101 1110011 0110011 101000 0110 00 0111000 111010 01 10 100111 010 00010 0101 110011 011 001 110100001100001 1100 0111010011101 1100001110001110 1001 1101 1110011 0 100111 010 000100101 110011 01100111010000110000111000111010011101 1100001110001110 1001 1101 1110011 0110011 -10 -9 -8 -7 -6 -5 -4 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 IP Reputation Score
  20. 20. Statistical Models Co-occurrence model Identifies other domains looked up in rapid succession of a given domain Natural language processing model Detect domain names that spoof terms and brands Spike rank model Detect domains with sudden spikes in traffic Predictive IP space monitoring Analyzes how servers are hosted to detect future malicious domains Dozens more models 2M+ live events per second 11B+ historical events
  21. 21. Co-occurrence model Domains guilty by inference a.com b.com c.com x.com d.com e.com f.com time - time + Co-occurrence of domains means that a statistically significant number of identities have requested both domains consecutively in a short timeframe Possible malicious domain Possible malicious domain Known malicious domain
  22. 22. Spike rank model Patterns of guilt y.com DAYS DNSREQUESTS Massive amount of DNS request volume data is gathered and analyzed DNS request volume matches known exploit kit pattern and predicts future attack DGA MALWARE EXPLOIT KIT PHISHING y.com is blocked before it can launch full attack
  23. 23. Cisco Umbrella The fastest and easiest way to block threats 100% uptime Resolves 80B+ DNS requests daily with no added latency 7M+ unique malicious destinations blocked across 25 data centers Prevents malware, phishing, C2 callbacks over any port Identify cloud & IoT usage risks URL filtering Proxy risky domains / SSL Decryption for file inspection using AV and AMP Enforcement per internal IP and AD user/group API Investigate – Threat intelligence on all domains, IPs, File Hashes
  24. 24. Visibility and protection for all activity, anywhere HQ Mobile Branch Roaming IoT ALL PORTS AND PROTOCOLS ON-NETWORK OFF-NETWORK Umbrella All office locations Any device on your network Roaming laptops Every port and protocol
  25. 25. First line of defense against internet threats Cisco Umbrella See Visibility to protect access everywhere Learn Intelligence to see attacks before they launch Block Stop threats before connections are made
  26. 26. Most Innovative Security Product Of 2017
  27. 27. Trusted by enterprises worldwide Fortune 500 companies in retail, healthcare, energy, and entertainment Over 600 leading professional services including law and consulting firms Over 500 leading finance, banking, and insurance companies Over 500 leading manufacturing and technology companies
  28. 28. AMP : Next Gen Endpoint Protection Windows OS Android Apple iOS Virtual MAC OS CentOS, Red Hat Linux for servers and datacenters EndpointsEndpoints NetworkEdge AMP for Endpoints AMP for Endpoints Remote Endpoints AMP for Endpoints can be launched from Cisco AnyConnect® Advanced Malware Protection Protection Across the Extended Network
  29. 29. What's different between Next-Gen Endpoint Security, vs Traditional AV?
  30. 30. How has the threat landscape changed, and why are these next-gen technologies important in protecting against the latest threats? • The volume of malware, and its ability to mutate and disguise itself in new ways, has become extraordinary. • The attackers have become more sophisticated. Businesses are no longer just protecting against a computer getting infected. Now they're protecting against their business being breached.
  31. 31. Nyetya, Petyam, WannaCry and other sophisticated ransomware • The WannaCry attack took advantage of a recently-patched Windows vulnerability to spread via the network, and then dropped previously-unseen malware that encrypted users' files. • This shows that a comprehensive security program, that covers everything from your users' behavior to what enters your organization via email or web to how your endpoints are protected, is critical.
  32. 32. Machine Learning • Machine learning does not rely on signatures, it can stop malware that has never been seen before by determining how similar it is to the universe of known threats. • Machine learning is best when trained on very large data sets that have been analyzed and accurately categorized by experts. • Machine learning has the ability to detect both known and unknown malware before the file executes
  33. 33. User and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) • User and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) is great at detecting anomalies, • The key to UEBA is that it is attempting to see what is normal and what is abnormal for a specific user, versus a universal population
  34. 34. Cisco AMP for Endpoints now introduces “exploit prevention” capabilities that will defend your endpoints from file-less attacks that use memory injection on unpatched software vulnerabilities. These types of attacks include: •web-borne attacks, such as Java exploits that use shellcode to run payload •malicious Adobe and Office document files •malicious sites containing Flash, Silverlight and Javascript attacks •vulnerabilities exploited by file-less and non-persistent malware •zero-day attacks on software vulnerabilities yet to be patched •ransomware, Trojans, or macros using in-memory techniques AMP for Endpoints - Exploit Prevention to Stop File-Less Attacks
  35. 35. · Microsoft Excel Application · Microsoft Word Application · Microsoft PowerPoint Application · Microsoft Outlook Application · Internet Explorer Browser · Mozilla Firefox Browser · Google Chrome Browser · Microsoft Skype Application · TeamViewer Application · VLC Media player Application · Microsoft Windows Script Host · Microsoft Powershell Application · Adobe Acrobat Reader Application · Microsoft Register Server · Microsoft Task Scheduler Engine Some of the more common processes that Cisco AMP for Endpoints protects include: AMP for Endpoints - Exploit Prevention to Stop File-Less Attacks
  36. 36. Malicious Activity Protection (or MAP) defends your endpoints from ransomware attacks • observes the behavior of running processes • identifies malicious actions of processes when they execute and • stops them from encrypting your data.
  37. 37. The need for next-gen endpoint security • Next-gen endpoint protection is a valuable part of this multi-layered strategy. • Machine learning detects and stops previously unseen malware. • Behavior-based protection catches ransomware “in the act” and prevents files from being encrypted. • Exploit Prevention to stop file-less attacks. • Malicious Activity Protection
  38. 38. What do you get with AMP for Endpoints ? Includes Antivirus and 0day threat detection Identifies Known and unknown threats Continuous Visibility into File Activity, File Operations, processes Vulnerabilities Visibility both On and Off the Network Quarantine Threats on the Endpoint Prevention, Monitoring + Detection, Response
  39. 39. Track active processes and see history
  40. 40. What do you get with AMP for Endpoints ? File Reputation Exploit Prevention Machine Learning Malicious Activity Protection Sandboxing Indications of Compromise AV Engine Continuous Analysis Command Line Visibility
  41. 41. What do you get with AMP for Endpoints ? File Reputation Exploit Prevention Machine Learning Malicious Activity Protection Sandboxing Continuous Analysis AV Engine Command Line Visibility Indications of Compromise
  42. 42. Compare Endpoint Security Solutions https://www.cisco.com/c/m/en_us/products/security/advanced-malware- protection/competitive-comparison.html
  43. 43. AMP : Third Party Validation
  44. 44. IDC Names Cisco AMP for Endpoints a Leader in 2017 Endpoint Security Marketscape https://blogs.cisco.com/security/idc-names-cisco-amp-for-endpoints-a-leader-in-2017-endpoint- security-marketscape https://engage2demand.cisco.com/LP=3933 IDC Names Cisco AMP for Endpoints a Leader in 2017 Endpoint Security Marketscape
  45. 45. Security ArchitectureNetworkEdge 1. Firepower 1. FMC Management, Reporting, Analytics 1. Firepower
  46. 46. Security ArchitectureNetworkEdge 1. Firepower 1. FMC Management, Reporting, Analytics 2. AMP for Endpoints Remote Endpoints Windows OS Android Mobile Virtual MAC OS CentOS, Red Hat Linux for servers and datacenters EndpointsEndpoints 2. AMP for Endpoints AMP for Endpoints can be launched from Cisco AnyConnect® 1. Firepower 2. AMP for endpoint
  47. 47. Security ArchitectureNetworkEdge 1. Firepower 1. FMC Management, Reporting, Analytics 2. AMP for Endpoints Remote Endpoints Windows OS Android Mobile Virtual MAC OS CentOS, Red Hat Linux for servers and datacenters EndpointsEndpoints 2. AMP for Endpoints AMP for Endpoints can be launched from Cisco AnyConnect® 1. Firepower 2. AMP for endpoint 3. Email Security 3. Email Security
  48. 48. Security ArchitectureNetworkEdge 1. Firepower 1. FMC Management, Reporting, Analytics 2. AMP for Endpoints Remote Endpoints Windows OS Android Mobile Virtual MAC OS CentOS, Red Hat Linux for servers and datacenters EndpointsEndpoints 2. AMP for Endpoints AMP for Endpoints can be launched from Cisco AnyConnect® 1. Firepower 2. AMP for endpoint 3. Email Security 4. ISE 3. Email Security 4. Cisco Identity Services Engine (Cisco ISE)
  49. 49. Security ArchitectureNetworkEdge 1. Firepower 1. FMC Management, Reporting, Analytics 2. AMP for Endpoints Remote Endpoints Windows OS Android Mobile Virtual MAC OS CentOS, Red Hat Linux for servers and datacenters EndpointsEndpoints 2. AMP for Endpoints AMP for Endpoints can be launched from Cisco AnyConnect® 3. Email Security 4. Cisco Identity Services Engine (Cisco ISE) 1. Firepower 2. AMP for endpoint 3. Email Security 4. ISE 5. Stealthwatch 5. Stealthwatch
  50. 50. Security ArchitectureNetworkEdge 1. Firepower 1. FMC Management, Reporting, Analytics 2. AMP for Endpoints Remote Endpoints Windows OS Android Mobile Virtual MAC OS CentOS, Red Hat Linux for servers and datacenters EndpointsEndpoints 2. AMP for Endpoints AMP for Endpoints can be launched from Cisco AnyConnect® 3. Email Security 4. Cisco Identity Services Engine (Cisco ISE) 1. Firepower 2. AMP for endpoint 3. Email Security 4. ISE 5. Stealthwatch 6. Cloud Security 5. Stealthwatch 6. Cloud Security
  51. 51. Network ISR/ASR Advanced Malware Umbrella Web W W W ISE Email NGFW/ NGIPS Threat Grid Stealthwatch Event Threat Intel Policy Context Meraki Cloudlock Solution Integration: Cisco Portfolio
  52. 52. Nikos Mourtzinos, Cyber Security Sales Specialist nmourtzi@cisco.com Linkedin nmourtzi Twitter: @nmourtzinos

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