Richard McIntosh writing for Gestalt IT comments:
The most difficult part of any network engineer’s job is securing the unknown devices users will connect. How many times has a facilities manager gone through an RFP process to enhance controls of their HVAC and power control systems, award a vendor a contract, complete their work, and connect insecure IoT controllers to your network? Never, right? But it’s coming. What if there way to prevent a possible catastrophe when an unknown HVAC controller all of a sudden starts talking to your file servers?
Richard has some awesome thoughts here on how Aruba handles unknown devices in the network.
Read more at: Aruba ClearPass and Managing Unknown Devices
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