I am learning about network security and access control for the ENCOR exam. I have learned about DNA center, which is a tool for software defined access, and now I am learning about AMP, AnyConnect, WSA, ESA, and other related technologies.
I was wondering, do all these technologies tie under Cisco DNA(C)? Are they extensions?
If not, where do I access these technologies?
Feel free to call me out if I have my information wrong. This is a new topic for me. Any input is appreciated.
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