Posture w/ ISE & Mobile – the stuff no one talks about

I recently presented a CCIE Security webinar on this topic because it's a topic that is poorly documented and even not very well understood. Naturally, that is something I want to change, and the exact type of thing that this blog is exists for! This blog post will dive into how ISE works with mobile … Continue reading Posture w/ ISE & Mobile – the stuff no one talks about

Dynamic Split Tunneling – a COVID-19 Best Practice

DST to exclude WebEx from Tunnel

I'm posting this blog with intentions of helping you with some best practices around your Cisco AnyConnect Remote-Access VPN (aka: RA-VPN) configuration. With these best practices, I will try to include the different thought-patterns around "why" a company might choose to deploy 1 way or another, but my recommendations will still stand as MY best practice, which also matches what the AnyConnect business unit at Cisco recommends, as well.

Protecting iOS against the aLTEr attacks

Researchers from Ruhr-Universit├Ąt Bochum & New York University Abu Dhabi have uncovered a new attack against devices using the Long-Term Evolution (LTE) network protocol. LTE, which is a form of 4G, is a mobile communications standard used by billions of devices and the largest cellular providers around the world. In other words, the attack can … Continue reading Protecting iOS against the aLTEr attacks