Tablets Welcomed: Addressing the top BYOD concern. Security.
Allowing personal devices on the corporate network can make any IT professional cringe. Security is naturally a top concern – and the topic of today’s blog.
One dimension of security is about enabling network access. To do that properly, you would need to design and enforce a mobile device access policy, which may include attributes such as: what the device is, who the user is, where and when access is requested, and the health (posture) of the device. Another dimension of security is about maintaining overall device integrity regardless of the network (corporate or otherwise) it connects to.
In this video we only address the first. Cisco’s solution is based on a newly launched product, the Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE). Watch the video to learn:
- What is the Cisco ISE?
- Can I treat corporate devices differently from personal ones?
- What about guests in the organization, do I need a separate system?
Rather than interviewing someone today, I instead edited existing TechWiseTV videos (many thanks to Robb Boyd for producing such great content). For more information you will want to check out the two videos I used in their entirety:
- ISE fundamentals
- Prime Time for Policy, Identity, and Management. Learn how two new ground-breaking platforms give you complete visibility and control of all endpoints – even tablets – regardless of device, network, or location.