Intelliment Security at Cisco Forum 2016

  • April 2016
  • Posted By Eduardo Fernández León
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We are looking forward to announce that we are going to be presenting at the Innovations Forum at Cisco Forum 2016 Poland. This event will take place in the city of Zakopane during the days 7th and 8th April. This is the second event where Intelliment Security shows our security automation product with Cisco in this

Meet us at Cisco Live! Berlin

  • February 2016
  • Posted By Eduardo Fernández León
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It is a pleasure for the whole Intelliment Security team to announce that we are going to be presenting at the World of Solutions at Cisco Live! Berlin for the second year. During the last six months, Intelliment Security has been participating in the Cisco Entrepreneur in Residence startup incubation program, becoming Cisco Solution Partner with strong

Bringing Modern Software Methodologies to Security Policy Development

  • January 2015
  • Posted By Ana Bombarelli
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(Published in Cisco Communities on January 19, 2015. Author: Sergio Pozo) At the earliest days of Intelliment, we did a lot of customer interviews showing different pieces of technology to potential customers. During that interviews, one question that was always in our heads was why security policies are still today managed as has been done

Meet us at Cisco Live, Milan

  • January 2015
  • Posted By Ana Bombarelli
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Intelliment Security is going to be presenting at the DevNet Zone at Cisco Live, Milan. In the demonstration, it will be shown how Intelliment is able to implement security policies in an SDN network using flows through an OpenDaylight Controller integration. Take a look at our upcoming schedule of presentations for Cisco Live! Tuesday, Jan 27 /

Why security policies are today managed as 30 years ago?

  • February 2014
  • Posted By Sergio Pozo Hidalgo
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Today I will start a series of posts where I am going to explain the questions we have asked ourselves (and to our customers) to understand why security policies are today managed as has been done in the last thirty years, while other IT disciplines have developed and adopted more automated, agile and less error prone visions. Initially,
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