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Cisco updates security products

The new products and features are part of the company's Self-Defending Network security strategy.

Cisco Systems announced several enhancements to its security portfolio at the RSA show in San Francisco on Tuesday. The new products and features are part of Cisco's Self-Defending Network security strategy, which is supposed to help customers manage and mitigate risks in their networks.

As previously reported, the new features fit into three key areas: Anti-X defenses, which are technologies used to prevent and respond to network threats; application security, technologies that provide application-level access controls, software inspection and policy enforcement; and network control and containment, technology that incorporates auditing and correlation functions to improve network management.