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Posted November 18 , 2021


JupiterOne and Cisco announced an expanded cloud security and security operations partnership on Monday designed to provide businesses with a range of cybersecurity services.

The Cisco Secure Cloud Insights with JupiterOne hopes to offer enterprises greater visibility into all of their cyber assets, paths toward identifying security and compliance gaps and ways to fast-track investigations as well as responses to issues.

Al Huger, senior vice president at Cisco Security Platform and Response, told ZDNet that more than ever, as hybrid work takes hold, security teams need visibility into their applications, whether they are hosted in the public cloud, in a private cloud, or in a private data center.

"Cisco Secure Cloud Insights with JupiterOne provides deep context on the security posture across an organization's cloud-native and hybrid IT environments," Huger explained. "When combined with SecureX, Secure Cloud Insights simplifies protecting users, devices, data, and applications anywhere and everywhere, across any network or cloud; from headquarters to the branch office to the home office."

The two companies said Secure Cloud Insights would bring "comprehensive public cloud inventory and insights, relationship mapping to navigate cloud-based entities and access rights, and security compliance reporting."


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