Networks taught self-defence in the face of security threats

Monday, 6 December 2004, 12:20 PM EST

Believing that security is fundamental to business processes and ultimately to business success, Cisco Systems is moving toward the fourth generation of router-service evolution by making its vision of a “self-defending network” a reality.

Its move is part of an initiative to dramatically improve a network’s ability to identify, prevent and adapt to all types of threats.

Christian Hentschel, director of Advanced Technologies Asia Pacific at Cisco Systems, said that since security is paramount for any network, the company has been working to add different security layers to protect networks.

By Suchalee Pongprasert at Nation Multimedia.

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