New AnyConnect Integration Makes Off-Network Protection Easier

Umbrella now integrates with AnyConnect so you can get simple, effective security for roaming devices with little more than a configuration change. By updating AnyConnect you can get Umbrella’s protection with no additional agents, no end-user action, no always-on VPN, no performance sacrifice—and at no additional cost.

If you already have the Umbrella Roaming Client deployed, switching is as easy as upgrading to AnyConnect 4.3 MR1 with the Umbrella Roaming Security module enabled. It will automatically convert your Roaming Client with no additional steps!

Increased Visibility into Potential Security Threats

We have a new security category within Cisco Umbrella called "DNS tunneling VPN." This category classifies servers associated with commercial DNS tunneling VPN services. You can block users from using DNS tunneling VPN services or monitor the results in reports, providing flexibility to determine what is right given your risk tolerance.

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Visibility into Potentially Harmful Domains

We have a new security category within Cisco Umbrella called "Potentially harmful." This category contains domains that are more likely to be malicious, but with a lower level of confidence than those that are classified in our normal block lists. You can block this category or monitor the results in reports, providing flexibility to determine what is right given your risk tolerance.

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