Learn how to easily merge and de-dupe ASA objects and policies
Do you have a lot of legacy ASA policies and objects? Are ASA rules overwhelming you? Do you feel like you could use a rule clean up or overhaul? We have just the right tool for you! Introducing the Cisco Defense Orchestrator (CDO).
Be sure to join us for an informative session in the upcoming webinar, ASA Policy and Object Optimization, and learn how you can now easily:
• Discover and resolve Inconsistencies in objects across all your ASAs • Cleanup unused or duplicate objects • Merge objects from multiple ASAs for consistency • Detect shadowed policies
Get a brand new cleaned up ASA Config file as an output in just a few seconds with the Cisco Defense Orchestrator (CDO). This will provide you will unparalleled operational efficiency and ease of use.
What’s more? We are also offering you a 9 month free CDO subscription for you to manage your ASA sensors. When you decide to move to Firepower Threat Defense (FTD), this step will get you migration-ready.
Register today for one of the following three options to learn how easy the tool works and how you can start using it for free:
This AMA will serve as the Q&A for the Cisco Live Digital breakout DGTL-BRKSEC-1011 - "A Challenger Appears: Defending Mailboxes in the Cloud" which covers a brand new product which will be announced during the event: Cloud Mailbox Defense.
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