Join us for the next Cisco TechAdvantage Webinar, a 1-hour technical discussion on becoming BYOD-ready (Bring Your Own Device) first hop with two protocols and a single security policy.
As BYOD becomes more and more prevalent, it is important to keep in mind that most of the devices support both IPv4 and IPv6 - thus, even if you do not provide yet IPv6 connectivity, you still need to maintain the same protection as with IPv4. In this webinar you will briefly refresh available first hop security measures for IPv4, and focus on the new features that provide the matching functionality for IPv6. We previously conducted a webinar on L2 security (May 2012) and we are revisiting this topic due to popular demand.
Introduction to BYOD, IPv6, and L2 Domain Security
Review the available first hop security measures for IPv4
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