Learn how the Cisco Umbrella can keep you cyber safe...and dry

Learn how the Cisco Umbrella can keep you cyber safe...and dry

Posted on 08/09/2017

Syracuse NY TERACAI will explore the advantages of Cisco Umbrella, a cloud-based security platform that provides the first line of defense against threats on the internet, in a free, live, 60-minute webinar on Thursday, August 22 at 11:00 EST. Click here to register for the webinar.

“Many companies talk about security and try to understand the challenges needed to reduce costly breaches by closing the windows cyber criminals work to exploit,” said Tim Duffy, vice president of TERACAI. “Those same companies often think they already have a pretty good security solution in place. But think again. Global ransomware damage costs are to exceed $5 billion in 2017.”

TERACAI, through its partnership with Cisco, can provide advanced, best-of-breed detection, prevention and monitoring solutions. This webinar will explore how the Cisco Umbrella solution is a more secure, ultra-reliable, and speedy recursive Domain Name Server service compared to Internet Service Providers and why the Cisco Umbrella platform is a critical part of a larger prevention portfolio.

To learn more about the full line of security offering from TERACAI, click here!

 

About TERACAI

TERACAI provides core networking, collaboration, data center, and services solutions that help organizations meet their business goals. TERACAI has been ranked on the CRN Solution Provider 500 list of North America’s Top Technology Integrators every year since 2011. In 2013, TERACAI was named Cisco U.S. Partner of the Year by Ingram Micro’s Trust X Alliance (formerly VentureTech Network). TERACAI is located in Syracuse, N.Y. For more information, visit www.teracai.com.

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