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With the world of remote work continuing to evolve into more of a standard workflow, it is becoming more and more important to secure your company’s data, while still providing access to employees to allow for work. Cisco continues to lead the way with VPN technology and providing solutions to meet the needs of business. Like many blogs out there already, AnyConnect is no new thing and...

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How to Setup Anyconnect Remote Access VPN w/ Cisco FMC and FTD Firewalls, utilizing ISE & Duo 2FA for authentication and authorization, that’s a mouthful, isn’t it? For those who aren’t sure what I’m talking about, the goal of this blog is to pass along what I learned getting Anyconnect remote access VPN working with ISE and Duo 2FA for...

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Jan 22

Platform requirements

The migration tool requires the following to run:

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Nov 13
Meraki SD-WAN
Posted by Rick Wong

If you have Meraki MX security appliances chances are that you have seen the SD-WAN & traffic shaping option in the Meraki dashboard menu.   Software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) can dynamically optimize your WAN without having to make manual adjustments when network conditions change.  In a network with redundant uplinks if one uplink becomes degraded, SD-WAN allows the network to dynamically select the...

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What is Zero Trust? Zero Trust is a framework and attitude towards IT security that centers on the idea that we in the IT field cannot trust anyone or any device on our network. Many systems administrators are well versed in this model. Every employee is assigned a domain joined laptop that is locked down via Group Policy. Those employees are tracked via a user identity using their AD profile...

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Cisco released the below critical security advisory yesterday regarding a vulnerability in the SSL VPN functionality of Cisco ASA software. Contact us if you have questions or would like help with the remediation of this vulnerability. 

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If you don’t have Cisco Umbrella (Formerly OpenDNS) in your environment yet, you should really take a look at it. I’ve had to support on-premise solutions for URL filtering in the past and in my opinion, there are no good ones. No matter the vendor, administration tasks are more complicated than they should be, and they always add a little complexity and more points of failure in the environment....

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Fireside Chats are a LookingPoint video series where we bring casual technology conversations to you! In this chat we are discussing a topic that many of our customers are talking about this year: Security and Network Visibility. Sit back, relax, and enjoy another fireside chat. 

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Collaboration solutions for the modern workforce are focused more and more on enabling the mobile workforce, and why should security be any different? Today’s workforce is digitizing rapidly with more and more companies’ business model reflecting trends like mobility and “bring your own device”. The exponential growth of online devices is expected to grow from 15B today to 500B by 2030. With...

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Sep 20

This weekend Cisco released a high severity Security Advisory confirming a vulnerability in its implementation of the IKEv1 protocol in products running Cisco’s IOS, IOS-XE and IOS-XR software.

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