Boost Security at the Branch with Stealthwatch Learning Network License - Cisco Systems Webinars

TechWiseTV Workshop

(Original Webinar November 9, 2016)

Protecting your branch network from complex and persistent threats is becoming increasingly difficult. Gaining visibility across branch traffic, applications, users, and devices is critical to securing your network.

Join TechWiseTV’s Robb Boyd and Cisco Stealthwatch Learning Network License Network experts Brian Ford and Sukrit Dasgupta as they discuss using machine-learning sensors, packet capture, and network-based application recognition deployed on Cisco routers for faster incident response and device-level mitigation at the branch.

The Stealthwatch Learning Network License gives you deeper visibility across and between branch networks and faster threat detection and response with minimal impact to network performance.

In this session you learn how Cisco Stealthwatch Learning Network License deploys right on your Cisco Integrated Services Router (ISR), as well as enables centralized visibility into anomalies and threats, monitors traffic without impacting network performance, and automates threat detection and mitigation with intelligent machine learning sensors.


Agenda

Topics to be discussed include:

  • Introduction to Cisco Stealthwatch Learning Network License and the use of machine learning for anomaly detection
  • Integration with the Cisco 4000 Series Integrated Services Router
  • Using network traffic patterns and device telemetry to build effective branch security policies
  • Turning detections into actions and how machine-learning sensors monitor branch traffic, applications, users, and devices to provide granular insight into branch network activity
  • Scalability
  • Deployment


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