Global Security Information Now On-the-Go with Cisco iPhone Application

Customers Have Defense Capabilities of Cisco Security
Intelligence Operations in the Palm of Their Hand

Cisco announced the availability of Cisco® SIO To Go, an Apple iPhone application that puts the power of the Cisco Security Intelligence Operations
(SIO) in users’ hands, giving them real-time access to a wealth of
actionable global security information no matter where they are. The
Cisco SIO iPhone application enables users to personalize alerts to
show only those security threats that could impact their network and
provides added assurance that they are being protected by their Cisco
security solution.

With its next-generation Borderless Networks
Architecture, Cisco is helping individuals to reliably and seamlessly
connect to the network from anywhere, using any device, with a high
level of security. This freedom is changing the way information
technology departments work, allowing for more automation and real-time
data flow to ensure the integrity of the borderless network. The new
Cisco SIO To Go iPhone application provides IT staff with an efficient
way to receive alerts and respond to threats that can affect their

Cisco SIO To Go iPhone Features

Powered by the Cisco Security IntelliShield Alert Manager Service,
the Cisco SIO To Go iPhone application informs, protects and enables
users to respond in real time to alerts and threats to the network. The
application delivers early warning intelligence, threat vulnerability
and proven Cisco mitigation solutions to users’ iPhones as they occur.
It also provides unique IP and URL address e-mail and Web reputation
look-up powered by the Cisco IronPort® SenderBase Security Network and the Cisco SIO.

Alerts delivered include:

  • Cisco Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT) Alerts
  • Cisco Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS) Signatures
  • Cisco Applied Mitigation Bulletins
  • Cisco Threat Outbreak Alerts
  • And many others



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