Identity Services Engine (ISE) - Guest and Posture Troubleshooting (Live Webcast Tuesday August 30th, 2016 at 10 am Pacific/ 1 pm Eastern)
Cisco ISE manages role-based security policy. It simplifies network-access delivery across wired, wireless, and VPN connections. ISE then integrates, consolidates, and automates the sharing of user and device data with other Cisco security and technology partners. This dynamic network access control improves IT operations as well as stopping and containing threats. As the modern network expands, the complexity of marshaling resources, managing disparate security solutions, and controlling risk grows as well. The potential impact of failing to identify and remediate security threats becomes very large indeed. A different approach is required for both the management and the security of the evolving mobile enterprise. With superior user and device visibility, Cisco ISE delivers simplified mobility experiences to enterprises. It also shares vital contextual data with integrated technology partner solutions. The identification, containment, and remediation of threats are all accelerated through the integration, consolidation, and automation that Cisco ISE provides.
This session provides an overview of: Guest and Posture Flow Troubleshooting We’re expecting a basic knowledge being the initial configuration for ISE redirect flows for Guest and Posture. If you want to review these setups, we recommend checking out these links.
Sam Hertica has been a Customer Support Engineer in the Technical Assistance Center AAA team in RTP since 3.5 years. He initially started out of college as an Intern on the RTP-AAA team supporting the latest ACS 5.3 and 5.4. Since then, he’s grown to support full ISE deployments, as well as creating tools and resources for his team to troubleshoot complex deployments. Sam graduated from Rochester Institute of Technology with a BS in Applied Networking and Systems Administration in 2012.
Maciej Podolski is a member of Technical Assistance Center AAA team in Krakow Poland. He enables customer everyday by resolving complex ISE / dot1x / ACS issues. Maciej graduated from the Warsaw University of Technology with a BS in Electrical and Computer Systems engineering, with major in Telecommunications. He has been passionate about the cyber security since his university years, his final thesis was about steganography in cloud storage. He is also involved in developing tools for the AAA TAC engineers. His favorite hobby is skiing.
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