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See How Organizations Use Cisco ISE to Centralize Policy and Secure Access

- May 9, 2013 - 0 Comments

Activate the IT Transformation with Unified Access: Part 4 –  Centralized Policy, Control, and Enforcement 

Wednesday, May 15, 2013  10am-11am PDT     |       Register Now

With more users and devices being added to your network every day, unified access and central policy control have become critical needs. Your organization isn’t alone.

Attend our next live workshop  on May 15th to hear how organizations in education and healthcare rely on Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) to provide the identity enforcement and secure access control that allow employees, contractors, students, faculty, and guests (choose the user) to use their own devices on the network.

Don’t miss this chance to hear Cisco expert Mary Tauzia and Kasey Kollar, Supervisor of Technology Services from Bucks County School District, discuss how ISE can be deployed in the real world, including how:

  • The bring-your-own-device trend offers new challenges to access control
  • ISE simplifies the design and deployment of security policies
  • ISE delivers additional security intelligence to the network and mobile devices with mobile device management
Register now. 
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