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About Us

Our Mission And Vision:

Mission:
The Seattle Cisco User Group is a nonprofit, independent users group dedicated to the open exchange of information regarding networking and telecommunications technologies, with an emphasis on Cisco products.

Vision:
To provide an environment that encourages open discussion of technical issues and the building of learning groups. To provide access to equipment for “hands-on” experience and practical application. To provide industry insight and continuing education through presentations, case studies, and demonstrations by industry professionals including Cisco Systems professionals. To provide Cisco feedback about their hardware, software and services.

Our Value Proposition:
  • Voice of customers and partners to Cisco
  • Forum for sharing ideas and engage in problem solving
  • Social interaction and networking with peers
  • Keeping up with emerging technologies and developing trends
  • Cisco certifications and career acceleration
  • Recognition of talent and creativity
  • Incubator for engineering and leadership talent

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Thank you,
Daniel Lungu
President

Seattle Cisco User Group (SEACUG)

Seattle Cisco User Group (SEACUG)

The Seattle Cisco User Group (SEACUG) brings Cisco-oriented network professionals together to study and discuss advanced technologies and emerging trends in voice, video, and data networking. Our Goal is to ensure that the Seattle Cisco User Group community is the most educated, informed, certified, and successful user group in the country.

SEACUG is a technology based community with an online presence and meets every third Wednesday of the month in person at the Cisco Office in Bellevue, WA.

SEACUG provides a gathering place for Cisco professionals to network with each other and discuss network technologies. We cover all topics related to Cisco from Voice, UCS, Security, Routing and Switching to the latest topics on collaboration. All are welcome to participate in our monthly meetings as well as online. Please feel free come join us!

Seattle Cisco User Group Meeting Details

Seattle Cisco User Group Meeting Details:

When:  Third Thursday of every Month, 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM

Location:  500 NE 108th Street Suite 500 (Bellevue Cisco Office)

Speakers: Various As Scheduled Below

Please join SEACUG us every third Thursday of the Month for discussions of advanced technologies/emerging trends, which covers all topics related to Cisco from Voice, Video, UCS, Security, Routing and Switching to the latest topics on collaboration with other network professionals.  This year, we look forward to having more of the interactive technical hands on sessions. Below are the topics to be covered in the coming months:


October 20th, 2016 Topic:    

This month's topic will be on the Meraki Platform, and their will be a raffle for an MR18 Meraki AP with a 3 year cloud license. This session will focus on the ability to quickly and easily deploy cloud managed networks. See how Meraki firewalls, switches and wireless access points can help lean IT shops become agile, while increasing visibility into the network. So, attend for a chance to win the AP, but more so to hear all about the fascinating Meraki appliances.

We will review IOS configuration and provide guidance on IOS standardized configuration to help meet the requirements of SOX/PCI/HIPPA, and best practices in general. This is a practical guide to how to configure IOS with security.

Presented by Bryan Madche
Systems Engineer, Cisco Systems.

Seattle Cisco Users Group
When: Third Thursday of every Month, 5:00 PM- 7:00 PM
Where:  500 NE 108th Street Suite 500 (Bellevue Cisco Office)
Speakers: Various as Scheduled
Agenda:

Dinner & Networking 5:00pm - 5:30pm

Presentation 5:30pm - 7:00 PM

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About the Presenters

Chris Gordon
Security Consultant Engineer.

Update on the ASA Next Generation Firewall.

  • Overview of latest ASA5500X Hardware
  • ASA 9.1(2) Code Update
  • Delivering Complete Protection and Policy Management
  • Comprehensive Threat Protection
  • Statefull Inspection Firewall w/ VPN Architecture
  • Security Management Overview
  • Roadmap

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