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Cisco Automates Security in 'Any Data Center & for Any Cloud'

Cisco's updated Tetration analytics protects bare metal, virtualized and containerized workloads.

Mitch Wagner

March 6, 2018

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Cisco is beefing up the security capabilities of its Tetration analytics, with tools to protect workloads running "in any data center and for any cloud," the company announced on March 5.

The new tools protect bare-metal, virtualized and containerized workloads, inventorying software packages and cross-referencing them against known vulnerabilities. IT organizations can set up automated policies to take action against detected vulnerabilities and threats.

Tetration also establishes a baseline of normal application behavior, and flags deviations from the norm that might indicate possible threats.

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Cisco is part of a trend toward automating security, driven by several trends. Threats are mounting. Enterprises are becoming more digital, making IT systems more important than ever. And IT budgets are dwindling, making security resources strained. Cisco, Amazon Web Services, Alphabet and Juniper are all stepping in with automation tools.

Read more on Enterprise Cloud News about what Cisco is doing: Unknown Document 741082.

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Mitch Wagner

California Bureau Chief, Light Reading

Mitch Wagner is California bureau chief for Light Reading.

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