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Cisco White Papers

  • Cybercrime 101

    While businesses and governments can be affected by malware such as remote-control Trojan programmes, viruses, worms, and botnets, citizens seem to bear the brunt of this criminal activity. Today, cyber viruses and worms usesophisticated techniques to propagate themselves. Download the white paper now.

  • Five Security Concerns with Mobile Payment Systems

    Now that many more consumers are interested in using mobile payments, it is important to evaluate just how secure or reliable mobile payments are. Before you link your finances to a mobile device in order to make impulse purchases, there are five primary issues you need to consider. Download the white paper now.

  • 10 Ways eveyone should approach cybersecurity in 2015

    Many security breaches over the last year have taught us new lessons (or clarified ones we should have already learned). This paper reviews these key issues and focuses attention on 10 responses that we all need to adopt in our approach to security in 2015. Download the white paper now.

  • Human Vulnerabilities in Our Current Threat Landscape

    This paper will help organisations understand the current threat landscape as it pertains to human vulnerabilities & how to take steps toward mitigating.

  • SDN: How It Will Affect You and Why You Should Care

    This white paper introduces you to SDN and NFV, examines their impact on you as well as the industry, and summarizes why you should care and how to prepare for the coming changes.

  • Critical Concepts of the 200-120 CCNA Routing and Switching Exam

    This paper provides a review of the CCNA Routing & Switching exam’s critical concepts, it aids students in preparing to pass the latest version of the exam.

  • Cisco Communications Products in an IPv6 World

    The transition from traditional telephony to VoIP & the supporting features was a significant industry shift. Find out about the changes in this white paper.

  • The Implementation of LISP as it Relates to Cisco OTV

    LISP is a protocol that separates the location of an end device from its identifier, otherwise known as its IP address. Find out more now.

  • What’s New in Wireless Networking and 802.11

    This paper will explain what 802.11 is, what’s new within the wireless world, and examine some changes to 802.11. Find out more.