Chapter 6. Building a Cisco ISE Network Access Security Policy

In order for any network-centric security solution to be successful, a solid network access security policy (NASP) must first be employed. Once a policy is in place, ISE will enforce the policy network wide. A network access security policy defines, in as much detail as is practical, the type of network access that will be given to users and device types. Because network and device security threats are constantly changing, a network access security policy must also be a living, changeable document. This book does not attempt to assemble an all-encompassing network access security policy; instead, it focuses on showing you how to build policies that are relevant to the Cisco ISE solution. ...

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