15 December 2021
Introducing an Entirely New Era in Networking Solution
What if you had deep visibility into all endpoints on your network and how they were interacting with each other and network resources? What if you could use that information to define and author access control policies? What if you could segment and let the network enforce these policies dynamically and automatically? And what if your network could actively monitor endpoints for any signs of abnormal behavior that might indicate an infection by malware?
Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access) is a solution within Cisco Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA), which is built on intent-based networking principles. Cisco SD-Access provides visibility-based, automated end-to-end segmentation to separate user, device, and application traffic without redesigning the underlying physical network. Cisco SD-Access automates user-access policy so organizations can make sure the right policies are established for any user or device with any application across the network. This is accomplished by applying unified access policies across LAN and WLAN, which creates a consistent user experience anywhere without compromising on security.
On December 15, 2021, the GT Group conducted a closed-door workshop on this topic - Cisco Software-Defined Access (SD-Access), which was attended by an invited, invited audience from the IT segment.
The event was held in Tbilisi with the support of the distribution company "Elcore" and the leading manufacturer - the company "Cisco".
Topics covered were: Software Defined Access Design and Development (Cisco SDA), as well as Manufacturer Identification Services Mechanism (Cisco ISE). Speakers - Vladimer Ninikashvili, Chief Technical Officer and Chief Architect of the GT Group, and Sventala Tikhanovich, Cisco Presale Engineer.
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