ISE 3.0 Dynamic Visibility: Step into zero trust for the workplace
Identity Service Engine (ISE) 3.0 brought us dynamic visibility — the first step to continual access and authorization based on least privilege. We can now build secure network access that keeps up with users and threats to gain zero trust within the workplace.
ISE 3.0 Makes Its Move on the Cloud to Simplify the Zero-Trust Workplace
ISE 3.0 is here! Read how we are taking secure network access to the cloud and simplifying zero trust in the workplace.
Cisco Remote Access VPN architecture for Amazon Web Services (AWS)
This architecture covers DNS based load balancing for RAVPN connections for a single VPC (multi-az) and multi-VPC (multi-az) architecture.
3 ways to put the expanding perimeter on ISE and gain zero-trust
Read 3 ways ISE is taking on the expanding network perimeter and bringing zero trust into the workplace to solve secure access challenges.
Securing Industrial IoT
It’s hard to ignore the ubiquity of the internet of things (IoT). Even if you’re one of those holdouts that doesn’t own consumer IoT devices such as a smart speaker, internet-connected thermostat, or a smart watch, industrial IoT (IIoT) devices—a subset of the IoT landscape—are already playing a part in your daily life. From the […]
Enterprise Networking Business 2019 Year in Review
Towards the end of this busy and innovative year, Cisco leadership decided to combine several businesses under one leader, SVP/GM Scott Harrell, to create the Intent-Based Networking Group. So, what is the meaning in a change of names? The new organization consists of engineering and product marketing teams from Enterprise Networking and Data Center, with […]
Ingredients Needed to Manage Network Tribbles
Cybersecurity – the final frontier, these are the trials and tribulations that network admins face on an ongoing basis. Network admins are like Starfleet captains navigating unknown galaxies as the infrastructure of organizations become more complex.
Business Benefits of Segmentation with Software-Defined Access
Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access), working at the controller plane level, reduces complexity and improves scalability and mobility of devices—and your workforce.