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Next-generation network access control

Next-generation network access control (NG-NAC) systems enable organisations to not just know who and what is on their network, but also to put in place the role and device-based policy controls. The aim is to ensure devices are compliant before full or limited network access is granted by fixing configuration and security issues and then, once access is granted, maintain control and prevent on-going policy violation.
Author/s: Bob Tarzey , Bernt Ostergaard
Created: 04/12/2013
Filename: Quocirca - Next-gen NAC - August 2013.pdf
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Tags: end-point   nac   security   network  
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