Leverage intel from across your stack to enforce policy, manage endpoints and deliver trusted access. Multi-cloud NAC with zero trust makes it possible.
In zero-trust architecture, ISE is the policy decision point. It gathers intel from the stack to authenticate users and endpoints, automatically containing threats.
Resilience begins with secure connections. ISE helps ensure that only trusted users and their devices can access resources across your self-managed network.
Knowing who's connecting to your network, what devices they're on and what connection they're using is key. ISE uses key intel to automatically identify, classify and profile devices.
Switching from infrastructure in a box to infrastructure as code (IaC) helps preserve business integrity, while aligning access and policy to your strategy and objectives.
Verify your device posture with ISE 3.x and see how easily it complies with your security policy. ISE works to protect your network, data and resources from hostile attacks.
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Build profiles of users, locations, and access types by compiling data needed to deliver precise control over which endpoints and users can access your network.
Tether NAC workloads across multiple clouds, leverage threat-blocking automation, get granular, stay within compliance. ISE preserves and protects your business.
Set up and secure connections with virtual LAN (VLAN) assignments, Access Control Lists (dACLs), URL redirects and named ACLs, all designed to undermine unwanted connections quickly and easily.
Reduce tickets for your help desk and deliver a better user experience by empowering users to add and manage their own devices through self-service portals, such as SAML 2.0.
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