Cisco FireSight Management UCS C220 M3 FS2000-K9 64GB RAM (NEW) For Sale

Cisco FireSight Management UCS C220 M3 FS2000-K9  64GB RAM (NEW)


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Cisco FireSight Management UCS C220 M3 FS2000-K9 64GB RAM (NEW):
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Description of Product4 Gigabit Ethernet, 10 Gigabit Ethernet PortsCisco FireSIGHT Management Center provides total visibility into everything on your network: physical and virtual hosts, operating systems, applications, services, protocols, users, geolocation information, content, and network behavior as well as network attacks and malware. This security management console and database repository is the centralized point of event and policy management for your security operations. It allows you to automatically aggregate and correlate information generated by the Cisco ASA with FirePOWER Services and Cisco FirePOWER physical or virtual appliances deployed in your network. Cisco FireSIGHT centrally manages network security and operational functions, including event monitoring, analysis, incident prioritization, and reporting, so that you can better protect your business. It also reduces your costs by streamlining operations and automating many commonly recurring security analysis and management tasks.


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Documentation

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  • Backdoors
  • CentOS Local Security Checks
  • CGI abuses
  • CISCO
  • Databases
  • Debian Local Security Checks
  • Default Unix Accounts
  • Denial of Service
  • Fedora Local Security Checks
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  • Firewalls
  • FreeBSD Local Security Checks