SEA: Export (download) of SEA Session history in CSV format
A user with a SEA Admin role can download SEA sessions using the Download Session History. This feature allows the SEA Admin to select a date range and download any active session in that range as a .csv file.
IoT Operations Dashboard is integrated with Cisco Customer Identity (CCI) for an improved and seamless login experience. Cisco Customer Identity (CCI) is an identity provider managed and used by Cisco. Most users are already familiar with CCI and using it for logging into Cisco.com. This integration of IoT OD with CCI provides enhanced secure authentication and enables users to navigate across multiple Cisco applications and websites with one set of login credentials ensuring seamless operation
This Secure Equipment Access (SEA) feature allows the customer to record sessions for future use, such as auditing or educational purposes. Before using the feature, the customer must set up an integration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 bucket. The recorded MP4 video files are stored on AWS S3 and access to the recordings is provided through the SEA User Interface.
IMPORTANT: The SEA Service no longer recognizes the Device Operator role. To utilize SEA functionality, you must have one of the following designated SEA roles with the associated privileges:
SEA System Admin
SEA Access Admin
August 29, 2023
There are no new features for this release.
Using SEA with VNC access method: If using VNC servers that require username or encryption such as RealVNC, disable them for SEA to work. An alternative: Use SEA Plus to forward the VNC port with a local and native client that supports usernames and encryption.
August 2, 2023
SEA Plus with Multi-protocol support
The protocol definition allows the SEA System Admin to define specifically which protocols, ports, or port ranges the user will be able to use to connect to the remote system.
Active SEA sessions monitoring and session termination, upon demand
Monitor SEA active sessions and immediately join active SSH, VNC, RDP, and Telnet sessions or terminate an active session, upon demand, providing security control to the OT infrastructure. Monitor SEA active sessions and immediately join active SSH, VNC, RDP, and Telnet sessions or terminate an active session, upon demand, providing security control to the OT infrastructure.
SEA-enforced host security posture assessment through Duo
Duo integration capability brings flexibility in configuring any Duo policy on the side of the Duo account and enforcing it for SEA Plus sessions. Currently, the focus is exclusively on the host security posture.