I was asked to travel to the 2013 InfoSec security conference in Europe this year, and speak about the trends I am seeing in the identity networking game, and possibly speculate on the future of identity in networking as I see it. So I thought to myself: “what a great blog post this could make”. … Continue reading The Changing Landscape of Identity Networking
Month: May 2013
How to hack the certificate for a Cisco Identity Services Engine node
I just got back from a few weeks traveling around Europe, presenting at Cisco Live Europe, and meeting with customers & partners… It is obvious that this blog is very much needed for a lot of the deployments that we discussed, so as promised in the Load Balancing Blog, I am following up with a … Continue reading How to hack the certificate for a Cisco Identity Services Engine node
The more interaction I have with customers who are getting started with Identity projects, the more I realize that a simple explanation & comparison of the differences between EAP types is needed. For example, the general opinion that I get from customers is that EAP-TLS is the most secure EAP type to use, since it … Continue reading EAP Primer
How to properly use a Load-Balancer in Cisco’s Identity Services Engine
So, this is my first blog post on here. Hope it goes well. One of the most commonly asked questions of late is how to properly use a load-balancer with Cisco's Identity Services Engine. Here are some basic guidelines to use when configuring a Load Balancer for the ISE Policy Services Nodes (PSNs). Understanding terms: … Continue reading How to properly use a Load-Balancer in Cisco’s Identity Services Engine
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