During the confinement, one of Aryse Global Services’ priorities was to be close to our clients, which is why we held the Webinars called Wednesdays with Aryse.
Now more than ever, we need solutions that allow us to work remotely in an agile and secure way. That’s why we prepared these online technical sessions, to show the Cisco solutions that will allow companies to continue their business in a protected and uninterrupted manner.
We were able to enjoy three Wednesdays with Aryse with a mainly technical focus and with a planned duration of 30 minutes, although in some of them and given the active participation of our customers it was extended to 50 minutes.
In our first Wednesday with Aryse we explained the Cisco collaboration tools, in particular, the WEBEX tool in all its options:
- Webex Events
- Webex Support
- Webex Trainning
- Webex Teams
Conducted by Luis Sancha, Technical Director of communications at Aryse and Chema Ferrer, Collaboration Engineer of the company Comstor. They presented us with very interesting examples of security compared to other platforms such as Zoom.
The second Webinar consisted in explaining Meraki’s solutions.
Meraki is a manufacturer that was bought by Cisco, and now is a managed cloud IT company based in San Francisco, California.
Its solutions include wireless communications, switching, IT security, enterprise mobility and security cameras, all centrally managed from the web.
The jewel in this manufacturer’s crown is the Dashboard. It is a control command that is executed from a browser, in other words, it is a website that from anywhere in the world and with any device that has internet and a browser you can view and manage your network.
Luis Sancha, Technical Director of Communications at Aryse and Eduardo Montero, Cybersecurity Engineer at Comstor were the ones who taught this training.
Our third Wednesdays with Aryse was entitled as “Protect your business with Cisco security solutions: AMP, Umbrella and DUO (MX and FP)”.
We explained and delve deeper into the security solutions provided by Cisco, from perimeter security with Firepower (Cisco firewall) and MX (Meraki firewall), to solutions in order to try to put a barrier to “the bad guys” before they reach our firewall such as: Email Security (to secure mail), DUO (two-factor authentication), Umbrella (delivery to the DNS user = Secure Webs), Amp (an advanced antivirus, although Cisco doesn’t like to call it antivirus, which interacts with the other elements described so that everything is related and controlled).
Nowadays, every security device that is implemented on the network manages itself and does not need to communicate with anyone else. As a basic example, the firewall does not communicate to the antivirus.
Conducted by Luis Sancha, Technical Director of Communications at Aryse and Eduardo Montero, Security Engineer at Comstor, this webinar had a great welcome and the feedback from our clients was very positive.
If you want to have more information about these webinars do not hesitate to contact us.