Dynamic Segmentation – The Future of Networking

Sponsored by Presidio

DATE:
Thursday, December 12

TIME:
12:45 pm – 1:45 pm

SESSION TRACK:
Keep it Safe

SPEAKER(S):
Terry Yackel, Aruba, A Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company

Jason Wieland, Solution Architect, Presidio

 

To better handle business critical mobility and emerging IoT connectivity requirements organizations need/want to simplify IT operations, secure access, and have visibility to EVERYTHING that is on their network. This session will show how to do this on any manufacturers network.

What if you never had to configure a switch or a switch port again? Do you know EVERYTHING that is on your network? Are you managing wired and wireless networks independently? These and other questions will be answered an demonstrated using Aruba’s ClearPass policy management solution. Dynamic Segmentation simplifies and secures networks by unifying policy enforcement across wired and wireless networks. Enforcement is based on intelligence gathered from ClearPass, Aruba’s policy management solution. The role-based policy capability, user firewalls, alongside rich layer 7 application visibility and integrated web content filtering allows networks to be set up without configuring ports and switches. With ClearPass as the overlay that ties together ANY MANUFACTURERS network infrastructure in the campus or distributed branch environments organizations save time and reduce errors with misconfiguration through policy automation. Improve traffic separation for confidential and guest traffic through segmentation. Gain better visibility with context into users, devices, applications, and network location through centralized policies. Policy here follows the user and enables a simpler architecture that requires minimal touchpoints and results in better segmentation. Come and see why Gartner, IDC, Forrester Analyst have all ranked Aruba’s solution number 1 above all others.

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Steering Committee

Alex Hepp, City of Hopkins
Bill Bleckwehl, Cisco
Dave Andrews, DEED
Jay Wyant, Minnesota IT Services
Jim Hall, Ramsey County
Matt Bailey, IBM
Melissa Reeder, League of Minnesota Cities
Nathan Beran, City of New Ulm
Sue Wallace, IT Futures Foundation
Lisa Meredith, Minnesota Counties Computer Cooperative
Justin Kaufman, Minnesota IT Services
Renee Heinbuch, Washington County/MNCITLA
Jerine Rosato, Ramsey County
David Berthiaume, Minnesota IT Services
Cory Tramm, Sourcewell Tech 

Content Committee

Tomas Alvarez, Federal Reserve
Tom Ammons, MN.IT – Central
Dave Andrews, MN State Services for the Blind
Susan Bousquet, MN.IT – DOT
Robert Granvin, Metro State
Alex Hepp, City of Hopkins
Shawntan Howell, Ramsey County
Jenny Johnson, Metropolitan Council
Millicent Kasal, MN.IT – Central
Ping Li, MN.IT – MMB
Chibuzor Nnaji, MN.IT – DHS
Mehrdad Shabestari, MN.IT – Central