In an effort to help mitigate the impact of cyberattacks, Cox has released a new security system called “System Security Analyst”.
It provides software for the Cox security system that helps the Cox company detect and remove malware and other malicious software that could be installed by adversaries or malicious individuals.
The new software is available for purchase on Cox’s website for $79.95.
The system includes a “System Management” feature, which is a software utility that allows Cox to manage security settings in Cox’s systems.
The system also includes a program that allows customers to install an on-premises version of the Cox Security Analyst program.
This new software, dubbed System Security Analyst, is a “system security tool” and will not work in a VPN.
The Coxs own software, known as the Cox Network Security Analyzer, is also available on Coxs website for about $59.95, and is also compatible with VPNs.
According to Cox’s official website, the Cox System Security Analyze is designed to “help protect customers from malware, viruses, and other threats.”
In addition to the software, Cox also released a set of instructions to help customers learn how to configure and use the system.
Cox has said that the system can be installed “in minutes.”
This new software also includes two different security monitoring tools, one for Cox customers and one for their business customers.
These tools can help protect Cox from ransomware, spam, phishing and other types of malicious activity, Cox said in a blog post.
Cisco has already begun the rollout of the system in some Cox-owned systems, including Cox’s cloud infrastructure and Cox’s internet infrastructure.
Cox also offers a security service for Cox’s VPNs, as well as a software update for its customer service department.
“Cisco continues to invest in the development of systems and services to help our customers stay connected, secure and productive,” Cox said.