We are looking at deploying FTD's and the it has been brought up that new policies are to be built as well. The concern is that deploying these new policies in a monitoring state to ensure it does not block valid traffic will leave us open to attacks. I've configured Firepower a few times, but never from the ground up and i was curious as to how someone protects their assets at the same time as letting the policy learn and be tuned. Any insight is helpful. thank you!
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ISE Node Terminology
Policy Administration Node
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Cisco Secure Endpoint (formerly AMP for Endpoints) is a comprehensive Endpoint Security solution designed to function both as a stand-alone tool, and as a part of the architecture of natively integrated Cisco and 3rd par...