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Wireless Network / SEcurity for WArehouse

Posted on 2015-01-05
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Hi Gurus,
I would like to have secured solution for a wireless solution that would only access certain barcode reader in the warehouse. To ensure maximum security, i am considering the below
1. Access Point with Active Rogue SCanner
2. Wireless LAN Controller
3. Appliance / SW for Authentication
4. Appliance / SW to detect rogue and blacklist them using policies
5. Profiling / Posturing
6. MDM Software to control the barcode readers
7,Any software for Mobile Device Security ( Such as DLP etc) from McaFee for eg

I do have some doubt on point 6 and 7, as the handhelds will be windows 6.5 , will it be able to monitor the device through MDM Software. Also can the hardwares be controller through McaFee Mobile Security.

Regards,

SID
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This just screams Cisco WLC and ISE.
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Hi ,
Thanks for the input . In fact the points 1 to 5 will be covered by Cisco with WLC , ISE , MSE etc , but my concern is with point 6 and 7, as i beleive cisco doesnt have the feature and need to integrate with third party.

For eg : for MDM vendors like Airwatch
for mobile security vendors like McAFee Mobile Security etc

Any ideas

SID .
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by:infiniti7181
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Hi ,
Any advices, related with Barcode MDM and Mobile Security related vendors .

Regards,
Aaron
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I think your best bet would be AirWatch.
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