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Testing Cisco's Virtualized Security Products

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Security is top of mind for service providers all over the world. At Mobile World Congress, Steve Saunders caught up with Cisco and EANTC about their recent round of testing of Cisco's virtualized security solutions.
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heavyladybug964
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heavyladybug964,
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3/8/2016 | 12:36:59 PM
Good
I agree with others. We need to or even HAVE TO know how to be secure. In these times it's really hard to be protected all the time so we need to stay up to time!
HelenTillett58
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3/8/2016 | 9:11:17 AM
Great news!
We all need to be aware about people, who want to steal our informations. This is a great news, that other people care about our safe :)
danielcawrey
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3/5/2016 | 1:56:37 PM
Cisco

Security is the biggest growth driver in this industry these days. No one wants to deal with a breach, and malicious actors would rather attack the lowest hanging fruit versus an organization that has covered up many of the biggest attack vectors. I'm sure Cisco's security platforms are at the top of the game in the eyes of IT security professionals. 

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