MFA All Things: Infrastructure

By now you should know that username and Password123 are not enough to protect access to your data. Even creating a complex password or a pass-phrase (which you should do) might not help you when your info gets dumped out on the internet from the latest data breach. Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) can help add another layer of verification to make sure you really are the person who is going to access a resource and not just someone who knows a username and password. In this entry, we will use Duo as our MFA solution with Cisco ISE configured for Device Management to verify who I am when I try to login to a network switch. Continue reading “MFA All Things: Infrastructure”

Firepower, ISE, and Duo: VPN Config

When it comes to a user’s Remote Access, Cisco’s AnyConnect has been a leader. It just works. That has been my experience as a user. That experience is also consistent for a user if their remote connection has a headend of an ASA or Firepower. However, one thing to note is that the backend administration and setup of Remote Access is different between the two. The ASA’s Remote Access setup has many bells and whistles that Firepower does not, but Firepower’s setup is pretty simple. We’re going to be setting up Remote Access using Firepower, but we are also going to leverage the Cisco Identity Services Engine for authorization policies as well as Cisco Duo for that extra layer of Multi-Factor Authentication protection. Continue reading “Firepower, ISE, and Duo: VPN Config”

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