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Integrating
BlackBerry UEM
with
Cisco ISE

Cisco Identity Services Engine
(ISE) is network administration software that gives an organization the ability to control whether devices can access the work network (for example, permitting or denying
Wi-Fi
or VPN connections).
Cisco ISE
administrators can create and enforce access policies to make sure that only permitted devices can access the work network.
You can create a connection between
Cisco ISE
and
BlackBerry UEM
so that
Cisco ISE
can retrieve data about the devices that are activated on
BlackBerry UEM
.
Cisco ISE
checks device data to determine whether devices comply with access policies. For example:
  • Cisco ISE
    checks whether a user’s device is activated on
    BlackBerry UEM
    . If the device is not activated, an access policy can prevent the device from connecting to work
    Wi-Fi
    or VPN access points.
  • Cisco ISE
    checks whether a user’s device is compliant with
    BlackBerry UEM
    . If the device is not compliant (for example, the device is rooted or jailbroken), an access policy can prevent the device from connecting to work
    Wi-Fi
    or VPN access points.
Cisco ISE
administrators can view, sort, and filter data about devices in the
Cisco ISE
management console. Administrators can also perform the following device management tasks: lock a device, delete the work data from a device, or delete all data from a device.
To integrate
BlackBerry UEM
with
Cisco ISE
, perform the following actions:
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