What feature on the Cisco ASA is used to check for the presence of an up-to-date antivirus vendor on an AnyConnect client?
Click on the arrows to vote for the correct answerA. B. C. D.
The correct answer is B. Dynamic Access Policies with Host Scan enabled.
Dynamic Access Policies (DAP) is a feature on Cisco ASA that allows administrators to enforce security policies based on the attributes of the user or endpoint device. DAP can be used in conjunction with AnyConnect VPN client to enforce policies before allowing access to network resources.
Host Scan is a component of Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client that enables administrators to perform a security posture assessment on the endpoint device before granting network access. Host Scan checks for the presence of antivirus software, firewall, and other security-related software on the endpoint device.
By enabling Host Scan in DAP, administrators can ensure that AnyConnect clients have an up-to-date antivirus vendor before allowing access to the network. Host Scan can be configured to check for the presence of specific antivirus software and the version installed. If the antivirus software is not present or out-of-date, the AnyConnect client may be denied access or redirected to a remediation portal to update their antivirus software.
Option A, Dynamic Access Policies with no additional options, does not provide the functionality to check for the presence of an up-to-date antivirus vendor on an AnyConnect client.
Option C, advanced endpoint assessment, is a more comprehensive solution that allows administrators to assess the security posture of the endpoint device beyond antivirus software, including patch levels, registry settings, and other security-related configurations.
Option D, LDAP attribute maps obtained from Antivirus vendor, is not a feature on the Cisco ASA and is not relevant to this question.