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2016 Midyear Cybersecurity Report 57 | About Cisco SECURITY RESEARCH AND OPERATIONS (SR&O) Security Research & Operations (SR&O) is responsible for threat and vulnerability management of all Cisco products and services, including the industry-leading Product Security Incident Response Team (PSIRT). SR&O helps customers understand the evolving threat landscape at events such as Cisco Live and Black Hat, as well as through collaboration with its peers across Cisco and the industry. Additionally, SR&O innovates to deliver new services such as Cisco's Custom Threat Intelligence (CTI), which can identify indicators of compromise that have not been detected or mitigated by existing security infrastructures. ADVANCED SECURITY RESEARCH AND GOVERNMENT (ASRG) Advanced Security Research and Government (ASRG) provides direction and guidance for Cisco's long-term security vision. To accomplish this goal, ASRG performs internal research in key security areas such as advanced cryptography and security analytics. ASRG also partners with and funds university researchers to help solve long- term problems. CISCO SECURITY INCIDENT RESPONSE SERVICES (CSIRS) The Cisco Security Incident Response Services (CSIRS) team is made up of world-class incident responders who are tasked with assisting Cisco's customers before, during, and after they experience an incident. CSIRS leverages best-in-class personnel, enterprise-grade security solutions, cutting-edge response techniques, and best practices learned from years of combatting adversaries to ensure our customers are able to more proactively defend against, as well as quickly respond to and recover from, any attack. Download the Graphics All the graphics in this report are downloadable at: Updates and Corrections To see updates and corrections to the information in this report, visit:

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