Re: What's difference between CTA/CSA/Cisco Clean Access ?
Cisco Security Agent
Cisco Security Agent provides threat protection for server and desktop computing systems, also known as endpoints. It helps to reduce operational costs by identifying, preventing, and eliminating known and unknown security threats. The Cisco Security Agent consolidates endpoint security functions in a single agent, providing:
Host intrusion prevention
Protection against buffer overflow attacks
Distributed firewall capabilities
Malicious mobile code protection
Operating-system integrity assurance
Because Cisco Security Agent analyzes behavior rather than relying on signature matching, it never needs updating to stop a new attack. This zero-update architecture provides protection with reduced operational costs and can identify so-called "Day Zero" threats." Cisco Security Agent is included in the CiscoWorks Management Center for Cisco Security Agents, part of the CiscoWorks VPN/Security Management Solution (VMS).
Cisco Clean Access
Cisco Clean Access (NAC Appliance) is an easily deployed Network Admission Control (NAC) product that allows network administrators to authenticate, authorize, evaluate, and remediate wired, wireless, and remote users and their machines prior to allowing users onto the network. It identifies whether machines are compliant with security policies and repairs these vulnerabilities before permitting access to the network. Cisco NAC Appliance integrates the tasks of authentication, posture assessment, and remediation into one package, making it suitable for organizations that prefer a comprehensive turnkey solution over an infrastructure-based solution.
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We have configured the outside and inside Interface with official ipv6 adresses, set a default route on outside Interface to our router, we also have definied a rule , which also gets hits, to permit tcp from inside Interface to any6.
In Syslog I also se...