I am trying to understand how Cisco Security Manager works. I currently have CSM 4.3 working in Non-Workflow with Ticekt Management enable. What I am trying to understand is if I need to run Policy Discovery every time I open a ticket?
It seems no policies are displayed when all tickets are closed for any of my added devices.
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With the enhancements in ISE 3.0 for integrating with Azure AD via SAML IdP, it is now possible to create a BYOD Flow to provide Wireless network access using an employee’s Azure...
The table below shows the whole Cisco Security solutions + Splunk integrations add-ons. Kindly let me know if I have missed some add-ons or if there are any new updates. Thank you!
Hope this will be helpful for everyone who is looking for Splunk in...
A python based script to generate report if there are disabled rules under an Access Control Policy and an option to delete those rules in bulk.
Step 1 Download the script on PCStep 2 Make sure python3 is installed on PC and have reach...
A python based script to generate report if there are double logging on FMC ACP (logging at beginning and end), having rule action "Allow" or "Trust". (Option1 )
Also, the logging at the begging will be disabled if logging is detected for both beginning ...
Meet the Authors Slides - CCIE Security in a Remote and Cloud Driven Network: SASE and Beyond
(Live event – Thursday, 29th, 2021 at 10:00 a.m. Pacific / 1:00 p.m. Eastern / 7:00 p.m. Paris)
This event had place on Thursday 29th, April 2021 at 10hrs P...