Protect Your Network With These 7 TACACS Best Practices

4 January 2023
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TACACS (Terminal Access Controller Access-Control System) is a network protocol that provides centralized authentication, authorization, and accounting services for network devices. By setting up a TACACS server, network administrators can control access to network resources and track user activity on the network.  While TACACS can be a valuable tool for securing a network, it's essential to follow best practices to maximize security and minimize the risk of unauthorized access. Here are seven tips for using TACACS in a way that maximizes security. Read More