You'll learn to configure different access policies on your Cisco network, giving you the ability to apply different credentials, levels of access and visibility. Cisco ISE and NAC make policy lifecycle management, profiling, guest networking access, security posture checks, incident response and bidirectional integration possible – learn to implement all of them and more with this course.
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Cisco Network Access Control: 802.1X Authentication and Cisco ISE Overview FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Network administrators and security administrators who support Cisco networks should take this course. Since this course covers access control as well as authentication and profiling, this is a good course for any IT professional who's interested in increasing the jobs and promotions that are available to them by straddling the line between traditional networking and security responsibilities.
While the information on this course about Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE) and network access control (NAC) relate to several different Cisco certifications and certification exams, this course isn't associated with any one certification. You'll learn enough about identity management and access control on this course to apply to several different certs at different levels of expertise.
If you're relatively early in your career, the CCNA is worth thinking about – what you learn on this course about network access control is a very important part of the CCNA exam. If you're looking for something more advanced, NAC and ISE are also important parts of the CCNP Security and CCNP Enterprise certification exams.
You should take this course on network access control with Cisco ISE because keeping your network safe isn't as simple as blocking anyone without perfect credentials. There are special cases, exceptions, multiple modes of authentication, plus unauthorized users often still need basic levels of access. Tweak every aspect of Cisco network access with what you learn in this course.