Cisco Identity Services Engine: Initial Configuration

Learn the basics about setting up ISE, Cisco's identity and access control policy platform.

Katherine McNamara

April 25, 2017

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In this video, Katherine McNamara demonstrates a basic set up for Cisco Identity Services Engine version 2.2. She goes through the steps involved in initial configuration of some features in ISE, which is a core component of Cisco Security Group Access.

 

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Katherine McNamara

Consulting Systems EngineerKatherine McNamara works at Cisco Systems as a Consulting Systems Engineer specializing in security. In the past, she's held security and networking roles at companies such as the Westfield Group, St Joseph's Health System, etc. She holds a Bachelors of Science and Masters of Information Security and Assurance from Western Govenors University. She also holds several industry certifications including the CCIE Data Center #50391, CCNP Route & Switch, CCDP, and CISSP. When she's not working or studying, she also volunteers as a co-organizer for Routergods which is the largest Cisco Meetup group which aims to help people get into the field and study for certifications.

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