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Tue, 19 Dec 2023 09:59:00 -0600entext/html How caring for and contributing to its communities drives Cisco: a look at its FY23 Purpose Report

Cisco Systems Inc. released its FY 23 Purpose Report this week at its Cisco Live APJC in Melbourne conference in Melbourne, Australia, and I had the opportunity to talk to a group of Cisco executives about its contents.

In this article, I’ll focus on the report’s context, how the company will set the stage for the next generation of workers, and how the company is handling sustainability today and in the future.

In the report, Chief Executive Chuck Robbins writes: “Through a powerful combination of our technology, our people, and our purpose — to power an inclusive future for all — we have helped customers and communities all around the globe, and this year, we’re celebrating an amazing milestone.” The company says it has reached a goal it set in 2016 — to have an impact on 1 billion people by fiscal 2025 — a year ahead of schedule.

This isn’t the typical report that one might find from a publicly traded company, but I do think it’s important for Cisco. In 2020, amid COVID and a litany of social issues, Cisco evolved its purpose from being the company that “Empowers the Internet Generation” to “power an inclusive future for all.” The Purpose Report holds Cisco accountable to itself and its stakeholders, demonstrating that the purpose statement is more than just words.

An important point to note about this milestone is that Cisco has diligently calculated this number to ensure accuracy. When Cisco first set this goal, I asked Cisco management how they would track the path to 1 billion people, and they were crystal clear: The people would have to be directly affected by Cisco and its activities. For example, if it was to fund a company that positively affected a billion people, Cisco would not count that in its calculations.

“When we talk about purpose, and when we talk about taking care of our customers — but also larger communities — we’re acknowledging that businesses can do good and do well,” Guy Diedrich, Cisco’s senior vice president and global innovation officer, said in the briefing. “The two are not mutually exclusive.” To back up that claim, Diedrich said that, in fiscal year 2023, Cisco made $461 million in cash and in-kind contributions — directly or through the Cisco Foundation — including $387 million via the Cisco Networking Academy.

“NetAcad now is operating in its 26th year,” he said. “We operate in 190 countries and have trained over 20.5 million students. We’ve just made a very recent announcement, agreeing to train another 25 million over the next 10 years.”

For those unfamiliar with NetAcad, it’s been an incredibly important component of Cisco’s ability to change the world positively. I’ve talked to many NetAcad grads, many in poor countries with little work available. NetAcad gave them the skills to find jobs within their country or with foreign countries. This is particularly important for many women where their home country would not consider them, but a global foreign organization would.

The company is also working with 100 historically black colleges and universities in the U.S. to introduce STEM and learn skills that can help students land their first jobs. There was an interesting discussion about security and AI in the briefing. Ambika Kapur, senior vice president of security marketing, and DJ Sampath, vice president of AI products, shared how Cisco will use a mindful and systematic approach to security and the use of AI.

The technology is interesting for me — it’s what I think about every day. And the training of the next generation of workers is critical and will doubtless make a difference. But I’m interested in what Cisco and its peers are doing to Improve the world, including sustainability.

How can the company ensure the world is around for the next generation and succeeding generations? Kirk Smith, senior director of customer experience product management, shared sustainable services the company is launching. “Cisco is committed to a sustainable future,” he said. “And we want to make sure that we’re also able to help our partners and customers reach their sustainability goals as well.”

In line with that thinking, the company launched a range of sustainability services for real-time energy measurement, expert consulting, and insights for improved sustainability, including Campus — via Meraki and Catalyst — in August and a sustainability priority assessment advisory service in November. It also announced the limited availability of an energy optimization assessment advisory service in November.

In January, Cisco will release Lifecycle Services Energy Optimization Management for Data Centers. Smith shared a success story about Egypt Telecom. “They were being pushed through regulation and new stakeholder expectations to define their sustainability path,” he said. “We engaged with them with the priority assessment, and in a short six weeks, they went from not knowing how they were going to progress against those goals to having a plan that they could articulate to stakeholders and implementing against that plan and being able to measure progress.”

Sustainability will ensure our future, and Cisco is making great strides to be a more sustainable company and help its customers reach their goals. Cisco is also focused on many other areas, also covered in the report, including human and worker rights, sourcing minerals responsibly, health and safety, responsible AI, inclusiveness and many more.

The report is long. And it covers more than I can write about in this space. You can read the full report here. A good way to summarize the report comes from the note from Robbins in the report introduction: “Cisco has made a difference for more than one-eighth of the world’s population — a testament to what we can achieve when people and purpose intersect in service of communities.”

I applaud Cisco for its efforts. It proves that a company can have wide-ranging impacts beyond selling its products. It can influence policy, change attitudes and help protect the planet’s future.

Zeus Kerravala is a principal analyst at ZK Research, a division of Kerravala Consulting. He wrote this article for SiliconANGLE.

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Expo City Dubai leverages Cisco technology to host COP28
  • Expo City Dubai is embracing a circular approach for COP28, collaborating with Cisco to repurpose hardware and infrastructure that was originally deployed for Expo 2020 Dubai.
  • Expo City is also taking part in Cisco’s Takeback and Reuse Program, which provides the opportunity to return hardware that has reached end-of-use, at no cost.

DUBAI – Cisco’s secure networking technologies are powering Expo City Dubai, the venue for the 28th Conference of the Parties (COP28) of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).

With more than 70,000 delegates expected, including heads of state and world leaders, non-government organizations, youth groups and more, Expo City Dubai is leveraging industry-leading IT infrastructure, while contributing to a circular economy.

Expo City Dubai is reutilizing more than 95% of existing hardware infrastructure spanning Cisco secure networking, data center and collaboration technologies, initially deployed for Expo 2020 Dubai, while introducing new wireless innovations and Cisco’s Customer Experience Consultancy Services to meet the unique connectivity requirements of the Blue and Green Zone areas at COP28. Expo City is also taking part in Cisco’s Takeback and Reuse Program, a zero-cost simple, secure and sustainable way to return end-of-use gear to Cisco, supporting a circular economy.

Eman Al Awadhi, Vice President – Network and Cyber Security, Expo City Dubai, said: “As the former site of the 2020 World Expo continues to evolve into a model for the cities of the future, the team at Expo City Dubai is managing the convergence of information technology and operational technologies with sustainable best practices. We are proud to continue this journey with Cisco, as we work together to ensure a safe, secure and connected site.”

Mary de Wysocki, Senior Vice President and Chief Sustainability Officer at Cisco said: “Cisco led the transition into the digital age decades ago. Today, our world needs a new transformation where public and private sectors act to reduce emissions, support nature-based and technology-based carbon removal solutions, and transition to clean energy. Global forums, like COP28, that facilitate this collaboration are a key part in building a low-carbon society. We are proud to work with customers like Expo City Dubai who prioritize circular business practices.”

Reem Asaad, Vice President, Cisco Middle East and Africa, said: “We are proud to support COP28 and the UAE as the host country. As part of our collaboration, Cisco has provided professional and technical services to design, implement and support the network infrastructure at Expo City, enabling attendees and the host nation to connect seamlessly and securely.”

Asaad added, “Today’s announcement is another key milestone in our journey to support the UAE’s vision of unlocking the value of digitization in support of the country’s sustainability efforts.”

Cisco has a long-standing focus on sustainability with an ambitious goal to reach net zero greenhouse gas emissions across its value chain by 2040—a goal that is approved by the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) under its Corporate Net-Zero Standard. Together with our customers and partners, Cisco is working to empower decisions now that can help bring about a more sustainable future.        

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There’s no question that artificial intelligence has become a powerful tool for both cybersecurity attacks and defenses, potentially increasing the volume and velocity of attacks while speeding the detection and analysis of malicious activity. How will AI change the way organizations are impacted by cybersecurity threats in the coming year? In this interactive discussion, we’ll talk about AI-enabled attack techniques in use today, what threats to watch on the horizon, and how institutions should prioritize their cybersecurity strategies accordingly.

Our expert panelists are Karen Renaud, a computing scientist at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow specializing in human-centered security and privacy, and Merrill Warkentin, ACM Distinguished Scientist, W.L. Giles Distinguished Professor, and the Rouse Endowed Professor of Information Systems in the College of Business at Mississippi State University.

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350-201 Performing CyberOps Using Core Security Technologies (CBRCOR)

Exam Number: 350-201

Exam Name : CBRCOR Exam: Performing CyberOps Using Cisco Security Technologies v1.0

Exam Duration : 120 min.

Number of Questions: 60

Exam Description

Performing CyberOps Using Cisco Security Technologies v1.0 (CBRCOR 350-201) is a 120-minute exam that is associated with the Cisco CyberOps Professional Certification. This exam tests a candidate's knowledge of core cybersecurity operations including cybersecurity fundamentals, techniques, processes, and automation. The course Performing CyberOps Using Cisco Core Security Technologies helps candidates to prepare for this exam.

Course Outline

20% 1.0 Fundamentals

1.1 Interpret the components within a playbook

1.2 Determine the tools needed based on a playbook scenario

1.3 Apply the playbook for a common scenario (for example, unauthorized elevation of
privilege, DoS and DDoS, website defacement)

1.4 Infer the industry for various compliance standards (for example, PCI, FISMA, FedRAMP,
SOC, SOX, PCI, GDPR, Data Privacy, and ISO 27101)

1.5 Describe the concepts and limitations of cyber risk insurance

1.6 Analyze elements of a risk analysis (combination asset, vulnerability, and threat)

1.7 Apply the incident response workflow

1.8 Describe characteristics and areas of improvement using common incident response

1.9 Describe types of cloud environments (for example, IaaS platform)

1.10 Compare security operations considerations of cloud platforms (for example, IaaS, PaaS)
30% 2.0 Techniques

2.1 Recommend data analytic techniques to meet specific needs or answer specific

2.2 Describe the use of hardening machine images for deployment

2.3 Describe the process of evaluating the security posture of an asset

2.4 Evaluate the security controls of an environment, diagnose gaps, and recommend

2.5 Determine resources for industry standards and recommendations for hardening of

2.6 Determine patching recommendations, given a scenario

2.7 Recommend services to disable, given a scenario

2.8 Apply segmentation to a network

2.9 Utilize network controls for network hardening

2.10 Determine SecDevOps recommendations (implications)

2.11 Describe use and concepts related to using a Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) to
automate intelligence

2.12 Apply threat intelligence using tools

2.13 Apply the concepts of data loss, data leakage, data in motion, data in use, and data at
rest based on common standards

2.14 Describe the different mechanisms to detect and enforce data loss prevention

2.14.a host-based

2.14.b network-based

2.14.c application-based

2.14.d cloud-based

2.15 Recommend tuning or adapting devices and software across rules, filters, and policies

2.16 Describe the concepts of security data management

2.17 Describe use and concepts of tools for security data analytics

2.18 Recommend workflow from the described issue through escalation and the automation
needed for resolution

2.19 Apply dashboard data to communicate with technical, leadership, or executive

2.20 Analyze anomalous user and entity behavior (UEBA)

2.21 Determine the next action based on user behavior alerts

2.22 Describe tools and their limitations for network analysis (for example, packet capture
tools, traffic analysis tools, network log analysis tools)

2.23 Evaluate artifacts and streams in a packet capture file

2.24 Troubleshoot existing detection rules

2.25 Determine the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) from an attack
30% 3.0 Processes

3.1 Prioritize components in a threat model

3.2 Determine the steps to investigate the common types of cases

3.3 Apply the concepts and sequence of steps in the malware analysis process:

3.3.a Extract and identify samples for analysis (for example, from packet capture or
packet analysis tools)

3.3.b Perform reverse engineering

3.3.c Perform dynamic malware analysis using a sandbox environment

3.3.d Identify the need for additional static malware analysis

3.3.e Perform static malware analysis

3.3.f Summarize and share results

3.4 Interpret the sequence of events during an attack based on analysis of traffic patterns

3.5 Determine the steps to investigate potential endpoint intrusion across a variety of
platform types (for example, desktop, laptop, IoT, mobile devices)

3.6 Determine known Indicators of Compromise (IOCs) and Indicators of Attack (IOAs), given
a scenario

3.7 Determine IOCs in a sandbox environment (includes generating complex indicators)

3.8 Determine the steps to investigate potential data loss from a variety of vectors of
modality (for example, cloud, endpoint, server, databases, application), given a scenario

3.9 Recommend the general mitigation steps to address vulnerability issues

3.10 Recommend the next steps for vulnerability triage and risk analysis using industry
scoring systems (for example, CVSS) and other techniques

20% 4.0 Automation

4.1 Compare concepts, platforms, and mechanisms of orchestration and automation

4.2 Interpret basic scripts (for example, Python)

4.3 Modify a provided script to automate a security operations task

4.4 Recognize common data formats (for example, JSON, HTML, CSV, XML)

4.5 Determine opportunities for automation and orchestration

4.6 Determine the constraints when consuming APIs (for example, rate limited, timeouts,
and payload)

4.7 Explain the common HTTP response codes associated with REST APIs

4.8 Evaluate the parts of an HTTP response (response code, headers, body)

4.9 Interpret API authentication mechanisms: basic, custom token, and API keys

4.10 Utilize Bash commands (file management, directory navigation, and environmental

4.11 Describe components of a CI/CD pipeline

4.12 Apply the principles of DevOps practices

4.13 Describe the principles of Infrastructure as Code
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Question: 90 Section 1
A Mac laptop user notices that several files have disappeared from their laptop documents folder. While looking for the files, the user notices that the browser history was
recently cleared. The user raises a case, and an analyst reviews the network usage and discovers that it is abnormally high. Which step should be taken to continue the
A. Run the sudo sysdiagnose command
B. Run the sh command
C. Run the w command
D. Run the who command
Answer: A
Question: 91 Section 1
A SOC analyst is investigating a recent email delivered to a high-value user for a customer whose network their organization monitors. The email includes a suspicious
attachment titled "Invoice RE: 0004489". The hash of the file is gathered from the Cisco Email Security Appliance. After searching Open Source
Intelligence, no available history of this hash is found anywhere on the web. What is the next step in analyzing this attachment to allow the analyst to gather indicators of
A. Run and analyze the DLP Incident Summary Report from the Email Security Appliance
B. Ask the company to execute the payload for real time analysis
C. Investigate further in open source repositories using YARA to find matches
D. Obtain a copy of the file for detonation in a sandbox
Answer: D
Question: 92 Section 1
A SOC analyst is notified by the network monitoring tool that there are unusual types of internal traffic on IP subnet 103.861.2117.0/24. The analyst discovers unexplained
encrypted data files on a computer system that belongs on that specific subnet. What is the cause of the issue?
A. DDoS attack
B. phishing attack
C. virus outbreak
D. malware outbreak
Answer: D
Question: 93 Section 1
Refer to the exhibit. An employee is a victim of a social engineering phone call and installs remote access software to allow an "MS Support" technician to check his machine
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for malware. The employee becomes suspicious after the remote technician requests payment in the form of gift cards. The employee has copies of multiple, unencrypted
database files, over 400 MB each, on his system and is panic that the scammer copied the files off but has no proof of it. The remote technician was connected sometime
between 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm over https. What should be determined regarding data loss between the employee's laptop and the remote technician's system?
A. No database files were disclosed
B. The database files were disclosed
C. The database files integrity was violated
D. The database files were intentionally corrupted, and encryption is possible
Answer: C
Question: 94 Section 1
Refer to the exhibit. Which asset has the highest risk value?
A. servers
B. website
C. payment process
D. secretary workstation
Answer: C
Question: 95 Section 1
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Refer to the exhibit. The Cisco Secure Network Analytics (Stealthwatch) console alerted with "New Malware Server Discovered" and the IOC indicates communication from an
end-user desktop to a Zeus C&C Server. Drag and drop the actions that the analyst should take from the left into the order on the right to investigate and remediate this IOC.
Select and Place:
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Question: 96 Section 1
What is the purpose of hardening systems?
A. to securely configure machines to limit the attack surface
B. to create the logic that triggers alerts when anomalies occur
C. to identify vulnerabilities within an operating system
D. to analyze attacks to identify threat actors and points of entry
Answer: A
Question: 97 Section 1
A company launched an e-commerce website with multiple points of sale through internal and external e-stores. Customers access the stores from the public website, and
employees access the stores from the intranet with an SSO. Which action is needed to comply with PCI standards for hardening the systems?
A. Mask PAN numbers
B. Encrypt personal data
C. Encrypt access
D. Mask sales details
Answer: B
Question: 98 Section 1
An organization installed a new application server for IP phones. An automated process fetched user credentials from the Active Directory server, and the application will have
access to on-premises and cloud services. Which security threat should be mitigated first?
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A. aligning access control policies
B. exfiltration during data transfer
C. attack using default accounts
D. data exposure from backups
Answer: B
Question: 99 Section 1
A threat actor has crafted and sent a spear-phishing email with what appears to be a trustworthy link to the site of a conference that an employee recently attended. The
employee clicked the link and was redirected to a malicious site through which the employee downloaded a PDF attachment infected with ransomware. The employee opened
the attachment, which exploited vulnerabilities on the desktop. The ransomware is now installed and is calling back to its command and control server. Which security solution
is needed at this stage to mitigate the attack?
A. web security solution
B. email security solution
C. endpoint security solution
D. network security solution
Answer: D
Question: 100 Section 1
Refer to the exhibit. An engineer is investigating a case with suspicious usernames within the active directory. After the engineer investigates and cross-correlates events from
other sources, it appears that the 2 users are privileged, and their creation date matches suspicious network traffic that was initiated from the internal network 2 days prior.
Which type of compromise is occurring?
A. compromised insider
B. compromised root access
C. compromised database tables
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D. compromised network
Answer: D
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It was an interesting year for the world’s largest networking vendor.

Cisco Systems Inc. put up record revenue and earnings despite a highly volatile macro environment affected by wars, social issues, inflation, rising interest rates and the like. The company also made the biggest acquisition in its history in September when it announced the purchase of Splunk.

And all this is while Cisco is going through the biggest retooling of its products ever. Despite all the changes, because of its cautionary outlook, Cisco stock exited the year only slightly higher than it entered.

Given all the product changes in 2023, this upcoming year should be one where the company sees an acceleration in revenue. Many macro-level uncertainties remain, but the product work is done in many areas. These are five themes I’m expecting to see from Cisco in 2024:

Security gets rolling

The revamping of the security business began when Cisco appointed Executive Vice President Jeetu Patel to run the business unit. He began the transformation of Cisco Security when he hired Raj Chopra to be the chief product officer for security and then added Ambika Kapur, Jeff Schaeffer and Tom Gillis.

Since then, the team has been busy revamping the entire security portfolio. Gone is the seemingly random collection of products, replaced by a Cisco Security Cloud comprising three security suites – Breach, User and Cloud protection. Earlier in the year, Cisco introduced its XDR solution, powered by its next-generation firewall.

This approach greatly simplifies the deployment and purchasing of Cisco technology and creates a “1+1=3” effect. Recently, I talked with Chris Konrad, vice president of global cyber at World Wide Technology, Cisco’s largest reseller, and I asked him about the shift from products to platforms. “Cisco has always had excellent products,” he said. “Duo, Umbrella and others are fine products, but there seemed to be no strategy around how they fit together. Now, with the suites, it’s much easier to articulate the Cisco value versus competing on a product-by-product basis.”

Given the fragmented nature of cybersecurity and the market’s overall size, this is the biggest needle-moving opportunity for Cisco. The product work is done, and good sales execution should lead to a meaningful, organic uptick in revenue.

All in on Webex Contact Center

Cloud contact center is another area where Cisco fumbled the ball in the past. Under previous leadership regimes, Cisco pushed private cloud stacks and Broadsoft as a “cloud.” Although this is definitionally correct, they were not true software-as-a-service-based offerings like those from all the companies in the leadership quadrant of Gartner’s CCaaS Magic Quadrant. Cisco could have acquired one of the many pure plays to jump into the market, but instead it spent the time to leverage the rebuilt cloud-native Webex platform and, in 2023, took the covers off Webex Contact Center.

Although this created a longer journey, it was the right approach, as now Cisco can bring all Webex’s advanced capabilities and AI features to contact center agents. Features such as background noise removal enable agents to work from home without worrying that customers can hear TVs, kids, dogs barking or other distractions.

Like security, the past few years have been about building the product, but now it’s ready to go, and, according to Cisco leadership, the company has seen many early wins. 2024 should be a year of momentum building as Cisco goes from a relatively new entrant to a mainstream vendor.

More ThousandEyes

During the pandemic, Cisco acquired internet monitoring company ThousandEyes. At the time of acquisition, ThousandEyes was considered the best internet monitoring company in the industry, but measuring and monitoring internet performance was primarily linked to SaaS apps.

Previous leadership was slow to leverage the product, but the current ELT has done a nice job integrating ThousandEyes into other Cisco products.

As an example, ThousandEyes is now natively supported on Meraki MX devices. It’s also one of the pillars of Cisco Full Stack Observability, or FSO. Another integration is with Webex, where ThousandEyes helps information technology pros better troubleshoot users and contact center agents working from home.

In the past, IT pros were only concerned with the private, corporate network and treated the internet as a black box. Now that companies have extended work from home indefinitely, ThousandEyes has become a critical troubleshooting tool for digital experience monitoring. I expect Cisco to continue expanding ThousandEyes integration’s footprint to include internet of things endpoints and perhaps some traditional competitors. More ThousandEyes in more places is good for customers, and I’m expecting Cisco to accelerate the reach of the product.

Get onto my networking cloud

If ever there was a product area that Cisco was successful in despite itself, it has been networking over the past decade. The company makes great products but puts so much burden on its customers to manage the various products through different dashboards. Meraki, Catalyst, Viptela and others all had their own management tools. Some were on-premises, and others were cloud-based. If you were a customer and wanted to know how the network was performing, you had to gather data from the various management centers, aggregate it and try to correlate it manually.

That strategy changed when Cisco appointed Jonathan Davidson as executive vice president of all networking products in August 2022. In one of my first meetings with him in this role, he promised the days of “swivel chair management” for Cisco customers were ending.

In 2023, the company announced the Cisco Networking Cloud, where, from a single cloud, customers can access Catalyst Switching, Wi-Fi, software-defined wide-area network, sustainability, AI and network assurance information. I’ve talked to many customers about the Networking Cloud, and they’re looking forward to having a single dashboard. Given the size of Cisco’s networking business, this was badly needed to shift from products to platforms.

One more note: If the strategy looks similar to the transition security went through, it’s because the two leaders, Davidson and Patel, worked closely to ensure Cisco Security and Networking can leverage each other to raise the Cisco value. Although there is minimal integration between the two clouds, this is an area of focus for 2024.

Sustainability takes center stage

Although ESG initiatives for all companies have been big for several years, particularly since the pandemic began, a switch flipped in 2023, where sustainability became a much bigger component of IT procurement. I conduct a chief information officer roundtable monthly, and early in the year, sustainability kept popping up as a top syllabu to care about, even in the U.S., where it has typically been further down the priority list. As the year went on, I realized the importance of sustainability had shifted and taken on a more important role in IT purchasing, with one CIO telling me it’s now 20% of his company’s request-for-proposal decision-making.

This was echoed by Cisco Global Innovation Officer Guy Diedrich. “If you asked me two years ago how many government leaders cared about sustainability, I would have told you zero,” he said in a conversation at the recent Climate Meetings in New York. “Today, it’s all of them.”

Cisco has a massive amount of data on sustainability that spans all its products. The data can help companies design networks with sustainability in mind, build eco-friendly hybrid workspaces, and understand the impact of data center refreshes. Most important, Cisco’s data can help customers measure their progress toward their sustainability goals, something few customers can do today.

Given the importance of sustainability, combined with the breadth of Cisco’s internal and customer-facing initiatives, it should be able to use this shift to separate itself from its smaller competitors.

What about Splunk?

I’m sure many readers will wonder why I didn’t list Splunk as a top theme for Cisco in 2024. The primary reason is the deal won’t officially close until October, so the impact will be minimal.

One question I can speculate on is what group Splunk will report to. There’s an obvious tie-in to security, but there is also one with networking. Splunk also bolsters Cisco FSO and plays a key role in service engagements. The most likely scenario is that Splunk will report directly to Chief Executive Chuck Robbins, and the data will be used across every part of the Cisco portfolio.

2023 was an interesting year for Cisco in that it put up impressive numbers but finished the year with a negative tone, given its guidance. Product innovation can’t fix macro issues or buyers putting a hold on projects, but the current portfolio is in the best shape in a long time. Security, networking and collaboration have all had major shakeups, and the company is using adjacent products such as ThousandEyes and AppDynamics better. In 2024, particularly the back half, we should see an acceleration of growth for Cisco and networking.

Zeus Kerravala is a principal analyst at ZK Research, a division of Kerravala Consulting. He wrote this article for SiliconANGLE.

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Best IT Certifications for 2024

Earning specialized certifications is a surefire way to advance your career in the IT field, regardless of industry or current career level. The right certification validates your skills and knowledge, which makes you more desirable to future employers who want to attract and retain the best employees. Below, we’ll explore the top IT certifications and share how to examine your goals to choose the right path forward. 

We’ve narrowed IT certifications into specific categories to help IT professionals assess what’s available and pursue the best certifications to show their willingness to learn and develop the in-demand career skills employers want.

Best database certifications 

Database platforms have changed greatly over the years, but database technology remains important for various applications and computing tasks. Available certifications for IT professionals include those for database administrators (DBAs), database developers, data analysts and architects, business intelligence, and data warehousing specialists, and other data professionals.

Obtaining database certifications demonstrates an understanding of database concepts, design, implementation, administration and security. This can boost your credibility in the job market and show potential employers that you have the skills needed to work with databases. The best database certifications include the following:

Best SAS certifications 

SAS is one of the world’s leading firms for business analytics, data warehousing and data mining. Today, the SAS Global Certification Program offers 23 credentials across categories including foundation tools, advanced analytics, business intelligence, data management and administration.

SAS programmers remain in high demand, with a quick search of job boards showing thousands of open positions. Obtaining SAS certification shows employers that you are proficient in the company’s popular suite of tools. Some of SAS’s certification programs include the following: 

Many professionals earn certifications to help navigate their career paths. According to the IT Salary Report, 92 percent of information technology professionals have at least one certification.

Best Cisco certifications 

Cisco Systems is a market leader not only in networking and communications products, but also storage networking and solutions for data centers. Cisco offers a variety of certifications for IT professionals, ranging from entry level credentials to expert-level exams. 

These certifications prepare professionals for Cisco-related careers. A search of job boards reveals thousands of open positions for Cisco experts, underscoring the continued relevance of these skills. Some of Cisco’s certifications include the following:

Best Dell certifications 

Dell Technologies remains one of the world’s leading computing companies. In addition to its well-known hardware lineup, Dell also offers solutions for networks, storage, servers, gateways and embedded computing, as well as a broad range of IT and business services.

Becoming certified in Dell products can help make IT professionals competitive in engineering roles for server, virtualization, networking, systems, integration and data security. Additional roles include consultants, account executives, system administrators, IT managers and deployment managers.

Best mobility certifications 

In the mobile era, it has become increasingly important for network engineers to support local, remote and mobile users, as well as provide proper infrastructure. The focus on application and app development now leans more toward mobile environments, requiring security professionals to thoroughly address mobility from all perspectives.

Due to the fast-changing nature of mobile technology, not many mobility certifications have become widely adopted. However, a few of the top mobility certifications can help IT professionals stand out in this rapidly evolving field. 

If part of your job includes selling and implementing an IT solution, you may want to pursue the best sales certifications. You’ll show your organization that you’re willing to go above and beyond to reach sales targets.

Best computer hardware certifications 

As remote and computer-based work has become more common, it’s more important than ever that businesses and individuals be able to maintain their hardware. While discussions about potential computer-related jobs often revolve around software work and coding, jumping into the IT field by becoming a computer technician is an excellent starting point.

Today, thousands of hardware technician jobs are available across the country. Entering this industry becomes more accessible for those who acquire computer hardware certifications. These certifications can showcase your expertise and proficiency in the upkeep of computers, mobile devices, printers and other hardware components.

Best Google Cloud certifications 

IT pros with solid cloud computing skills continue to be in high demand as more companies adopt cloud technologies. Today, Google Cloud is one of the market leaders in the cloud computing space. 

Regardless of where you are in your IT career, engaging with certification programs can demonstrate your willingness to keep on top of rapidly evolving cloud technologies. To that end, Google has introduced a host of certifications for its cloud platform, including the following: 

Best evergreen IT certifications

In the fast-changing world of technology, it can help to focus on certifications that have stood the test of time. “Evergreen” refers to certifications that remain popular year after year. 

The top evergreen certifications are based on recent pay surveys in IT, reports from IT professionals about certifications they want or pursue the most, and those that appear most frequently in online job postings. Obtaining these credentials is one step toward ensuring that your skills remain relevant for a long time: 

Best IT governance certifications 

IT governance provides structure for aligning a company’s IT with its business strategies. Organizations faced with compliance rigors always need experienced IT pros who can see the big picture and understand technology risks. This means certified IT governance professionals are likely to remain in high demand.

Earning one of the following certifications proves a commitment to understanding the role of IT governance and its position in a company’s current and future success. Getting certified can validate your expert knowledge and lead to advanced career opportunities.

Best system administrator certifications 

An IT system administrator is responsible for managing and maintaining the information technology infrastructure within an organization. The position demands sought-after career skills, ranging from configuring and maintaining servers and clients to managing access controls, network services, and addressing application resource requirements.

If you’re in charge of managing modern servers, there’s a long list of tools and technologies that system administrators must master. Obtaining some of the most prominent system administrator certifications can demonstrate your mastery to potential employers. 

Best ITIL certifications 

ITIL, or Information Technology Infrastructure Library, was developed to establish standardized best practices for IT services within government agencies. Over the ensuing four decades, businesses of all types embraced, modified, and extended ITIL, shaping it into a comprehensive framework for managing IT service delivery. 

The ITIL framework remains the benchmark for best practices in IT service and delivery management, offering certification programs that cater to IT professionals at all levels. These training and certification courses ensure that IT professionals stay well-prepared for the ongoing evolution in IT service delivery management. There are four certifications in the ITIL certification program:

Best enterprise architect certifications 

An IT enterprise architect is responsible for designing and managing the overall structure and framework of an organization’s information technology system. Enterprise architect certifications are among the highest that an IT professional can achieve; fewer than 1 percent ultimately reach this level. 

Enterprise architects are among the highest-paid employees and consultants in the tech industry. These certifications can put IT professionals on a path to many lucrative positions. The average worker earns over six figures annually. Some top enterprise architect certifications are listed below:

To become an enterprise IT architect, you’ll need knowledge of systems deployment, design and architecture, as well as a strong business foundation.

Best CompTIA certifications

CompTIA is a nonprofit trade association made up of more than 2,000 member organizations and 3,000 business partners. The organization’s vendor-neutral certification program is one of the best recognized in the IT industry. Since CompTIA developed its A+ credential in 1993, it has issued more than two million certifications.

CompTIA certifications are grouped by skill set and focus on the real-world skills IT professionals need. Armed with these credentials, you can demonstrate that you know how to manage and support IT infrastructure. 

Best Oracle certifications 

A longtime leader in database software, Oracle also offers cloud solutions, servers, engineered systems, storage, and more. The company has more than 430,000 customers in 175 countries. 

Today, Oracle’s training program offers six certification levels that span 16 product categories with more than 200 individual credentials. Considering the depth and breadth of this program — and the number of Oracle customers — it’s no surprise that Oracle certifications are highly sought after. 

Vendor-specific certifications address a particular vendor’s hardware and software. For example, you can pursue Oracle certifications and Dell certifications to become an expert in those companies’ environments.

Best business continuity and disaster recovery certifications

Business continuity and disaster recovery keep systems running and data available in the event of interruptions or faults. These programs bring systems back to normal operation after a disaster has occurred.

Business continuity and disaster recovery certifications are seeing a healthy uptrend as new cloud-based tools grow in popularity. While business continuity planning and disaster recovery planning have always been essential, they’re becoming more critical than ever — and IT certifications are following suit.

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We released our annual Purpose Report, which reflects and celebrates the past year’s work towards Powering an Inclusive Future for All—the progress we’ve made against our goals, and the people and lives we’ve touched. The report explores the theme, The Power of Purpose, because we recognize that when we intersect our business, technology, and a network of partners together with our purpose, we create a powerful force for lasting change. And we have some incredible examples from this year, including the announcement that we achieved our goal of positively impacting 1 billion lives, and did so over a year early!

For many years, the purpose of our Purpose Report has been to look back. But we must also look ahead.

Any company looking to successfully execute their business strategy must consider the changing terrain, identify upcoming challenges and trends, and anticipate how to best meet evolving requirements. The same is true for purpose. This year’s Purpose Report begins to explore the landscape, and where we see opportunities for Purpose to grow.

Our biggest challenges are interconnected and interdependent

The past several years brought us all unprecedented challenges, and a world more prone to polarization than before. But instead of binary questions and issues, a more multipolar world has emerged, requiring us to operate with more nuance and greater context than ever. In this context one thing is clear—we are more interconnected and interdependent than ever.

Our lives and futures are linked by our shared dependence on our planet and its environments. We have a global responsibility to solve the climate crisis together. We see the growth of an increasingly digital and global economy, keeping us connected through ecosystems of financial interdependence. And as we learned in the recent pandemic, our collective health is also inextricably linked.

Global crises also continue to grow increasingly interconnected­­––and the consequences disproportionately fall on vulnerable communities. Developing nations who often contribute the least to climate change bear the brunt of its impact. And due to a lack of infrastructure and technological advancement, they are often the least equipped to respond to natural disasters. While the digital economy continues to grow, 2.6 billion people remain unconnected, denying them access to the opportunities and resources available. The consequences of each crisis exacerbate others­­—access to education is disrupted, progress for women and girls is set back, and extreme poverty rates rise.

Pursuing our Purpose can and must be the glue that brings us together to meet this moment and address these complex, interconnected issues. The question we must continue to ask as we look ahead is, how?

This year’s report reflects on howhow we achieved our goal of positively impacting 1 billion lives, how the private sector can work in new ways to address critical issues facing our societies, and how we can apply lessons from the past to build resilience in our communities for the future.

Where do we go from here?

There is no doubt that the path forward for business in a multipolar world isn’t entirely clear. There is significant work ahead to address risks in supply chains and manufacturing, and complex questions on how to best navigate a shifting geopolitical terrain. But should these challenges and uncertainties also apply to Purpose?

I don’t think so. In fact, in this moment when many are shying away from a global mindset and approach, our Purpose work proceeds by pursuing what is most meaningful, regardless if that is at the local or global level. Purpose can flex. It operates in a lane that is valued around the world, giving all of us who do this work the space to create and iterate, to sway and pivot, and find our rhythm. And when we do, pursuing our Purpose holds the door open for economic initiatives.

As we close the year in which we reached a goal of positively impacting one billion people, I’m looking ahead and considering the next goal we’ll set for ourselves. We are stronger with our partners by our side—an ecosystem focused on driving impact. We’ll continue to do this if we integrate the lessons of the past and take a new approach in the days and years ahead. I hope you’ll join us on this journey and read about our impact this year, and my reflections on what’s next, in our FY23 Purpose Report. Together, we can do good for our communities, good for our businesses, and good for all.

Read the full Cisco FY23 Purpose Report

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30-Plus Certifications to Advance Your Networking Career

Aruba Networks certifications

Aruba Certified Switching Professional (ACSP)

Aruba Certified Mobility Associate (ACMA)

Aruba Certified Mobility Professional (ACMP)

Established program with various learning tracks and a range of certifications.

Certifications identify technical knowledge and skills, design, deployment, and management in complex settings. 

BICSI certifications

BICSI Technician (TECH)

Focused on supporting information technology systems, BICSI is a professional association with more than 26,000 members in approximately 100 countries.

The TECH credential is a midlevel certification targeting those with 1-3 years of documented industry experience.

The credential identifies professionals who understand and can apply installation-specific information, lead installation teams, perform testing and troubleshooting on copper and optical fiber installations, evaluate applications of cabling installation, make recommendations regarding codes and standards, and perform retrofits and upgrades for existing infrastructures.

Cisco certifications

Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing and Switching (CCNA)

Cisco Certified Network Professional Enterprise Certification and Training (CCNP Enterprise)

CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Certification and Training

CCIE Enterprise Wireless Certification and Training

Cisco has a well-known and highly developed certification portfolio.

Certifications in this category are aimed at candidates interested in building careers in wired and wireless networking techniques and technologies, network design, or routing and switching technologies.

Certification paths range from entry level to expert.

Certifications are targeted to network specialists, administrators, support engineers and design engineers. 

CIW (Certified Internet Web Professional) 

CIW Network Technology Associate

Entry-level certification developed by CIW (formerly called Certification Partners).

The target audience includes technical sales, support engineers, network administrators, product managers and engineers.

Content focuses on mastering the basics of networking and exploring key concepts, skills and core terms to prepare candidates for job readiness in networking, internet protocols, network security, and more.

CompTIA certifications

CompTIA Network+

This is one of the most popular general networking certifications in the world.

It targets candidates seeking careers as network administrators, technicians or installers, help desk technicians, and IT cable installers.

Recognized or required by the Department of Defense, Dell, HP, Ricoh, Sharp and Xerox. Also required for Apple Consultants Network membership.

Certified Wireless Network Professional (CWNP)

Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA)

Certified Wireless Design Professional (CWDP)

Certified Wireless Analysis Professional (CWAP)

Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE)

Established certification program offering a full complement of certifications ranging from entry-level to professional career certifications.

Certifications focus on enterprise Wi-Fi skills.

CWNP also offers Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP) and Certified Wireless Network Trainer (CWNT) credentials.

Electronics Technicians Association (ETA) International certifications

Computer Service Technician (CST)

Information Technology Security (ITS)

Network Computer Technician (NCT)

Network Systems Technician (NST)

Wireless Network Technician (WNT)

ETA offers more than 90 certifications targeting electronics professionals.

ETA is accredited by the International Certification Accreditation Council and has issued more than 180,000 certifications.

Extreme Networks certifications

Extreme Networks Certified Specialist (ECS)

Extreme Networks Sales Specialist (ESS)

Extreme Networks Design Specialist (EDS)

These technical certifications focus on practical, hands-on training to support and optimize an organization’s networks.

Multiple concentrations are available.

Hurricane Electric Internet Services certifications

Hurricane Electric IPv6 Certification

This free online certification project validates skills in basic IPv6 concepts.

Certification exam includes IP address format, reverse DNS, localhost address, default routing, documentation prefix, link-local prefix, multicast prefix, traceroute, and IPv6 server configuration.

IPv6 Forum certifications

IPv6 Forum Silver or Gold Certified Engineer

The IPv6 Education Certification Logo Program promotes IPv6 education and helps candidates build skills to foster swifter adoption of IPv6.

Courses focus on practical application and consist of both instructor-led and hands-on lab instruction.

Juniper Networks certifications

Juniper Networks Certified Specialist Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIS-ENT)

Juniper Networks Certified Professional Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIP-ENT)

Juniper Networks Certified Expert Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIE-ENT)

JNCIS-ENT, JNCIP-ENT and JNCIE-ENT are vendor-specific credentials that address installation and support of LAN/WAN routers and switches in Juniper Networks’ technology-based networks.

Credential holders possess skills necessary to support large enterprise environments.

Nokia certifications

Nokia Network Routing Specialist II (NRS II)

This certification is for intermediate network professionals experienced with IP and Ethernet technologies.

NRS II certification recognizes advanced networking and service offerings that build on core aspects of Nokia service routing. The certification covers internet routing protocols, IP/MPLS networks, and implementing Nokia Layer 2 and Layer 3 services.

Note that Alcatel-Lucent operates as part of the Nokia Group. This certification was known as the Alcatel-Lucent Network Routing Specialist II (NRS II), and some study guides still refer to it as such.

Oracle certifications

Oracle Certified Expert, Oracle Solaris 11 Network Administrator 

Oracle has a well-established vendor-specific certification program. This certification validates the technical skills of system administrators who work with LANs and the Oracle Solaris operating system (Oracle Solaris OS).

The credential was formerly Sun Certified Network Administrator (SCNA).

Palo Alto certifications

Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE)

PCNSE credential holders possess knowledge and technical skills necessary to install, configure and implement Palo Alto Networks technologies at the advanced engineering level.

The credential is targeted to partners, system engineers, system integrators, support engineers, pre-sales system engineers, support staff or anyone using Palo Alto Network technologies.

Riverbed Professional Services (RPS) certifications

Riverbed Certified Performance Engineering (RCPE)

The Riverbed Certified Performance Engineering (RCPE) program has several tracks, including WAN optimization, network and infrastructure visibility, network configuration, and more. Courses span foundational, associate and professional levels. 

RPS changed its education program from product-focused how-tos to a learning environment that teaches how to consider business needs, obstacles and solutions.

SolarWinds certifications

SolarWinds Certified Professional (SCP)

Credential validates skills in networking management fundamentals, network management planning, network management operations, network fault and performance troubleshooting, and Orion NPM administration.

The SCP is an accredited certification.

Wireshark certifications

WCNA Certification

Vendor-specific credential for professionals who use Wireshark to analyze network traffic and then use that information to troubleshoot, optimize and secure networks.

Wireshark is considered the de facto open-source product for network protocol analysis, with more than 400,000 downloads per month.

The WCNA exam was certified by the U.S. Army in 2009 and covers Wireshark functionality, TCP/IP network communications, and network troubleshooting and security.

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