Pundits have suggested that if enterprises would only share information about security problems sooner, it would help others facing breaches and other issues. It’s only fair that network and security vendors should be held to the same standard.
That’s why Infoblox and Cisco Systems have started working together, and we’re proud to be the first provider of enterprise-grade DNS, DCHP and IP address management (DDI) solutions to support bi-directional data exchange with Cisco’s Identity Services Engine (ISE).
To help explain how we’re working together, we’ve scheduled two 30-minute webinars: one on how our systems exchange information, and one on how we automate threat discovery and response. The first is Tuesday, November 17th at 10:00 a.m. PST/1:00 p.m. EST, and the second is Tuesday, December 1st at 10:00 a.m. PST/1:00 p.m. EST.
Both of our companies feel that these are crucial issues. Too often, security tools don’t share information, creating a real operational challenge with multiple “silos” of data. The traditional approach using API calls is inadequate. Single-purpose integration between platforms does not scale and cannot effectively address the issue.
Cisco’s pxGrid solves the issue with a multivendor platform for the bi-directional exchange of information without relying on product-specific APIs. In the first webinar, we will look at how Infoblox and Cisco’s Identity Services Engine (ISE) can:
- Exchange valuable networking, user, device, and security event information, enriching both Infoblox DDI and ISE data.
- Enhance security response accuracy and timeliness
- Broaden visibility of networks, users and devices, and improve IT operations.
The second webinar focuses on our joint solution, and how it combines DNS security event data with the Cisco pxGrid ecosystem vendors to provide a means to automate security responses.
- The impact of security solutions operating in silos
- Key benefits of the Infoblox and Cisco integrated solution
- An integrated solution overview with three key use cases
Collaboration and information-sharing go a long way, for both vendors and users. Find out how an integrated approach that combines rich network contextual data with security systems can help your organization enhance its security posture. Click here to register.