Network segmentation is essential for protecting critical business assets. But traditional segmentation approaches involve operational complexity, and they can be difficult to introduce to existing environments. Balancing demands for agility and security requires a new approach.
The Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) classifies network systems using logical groups. You can use group-based policies to simplify the management of security rules in Cisco:
Web Security Appliances
Wireless LAN Controllers
In this webinar, we demonstrate software-defined segmentation. With it, you can enforce policies without reconfiguring your network devices or redesigning the network.
DNA Center integration
NDAC and Cisco TrustSec policies
Wireless enforcement on access points
Integration of Cisco TrustSec technology and the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure
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