Maintain security in trusted and untrusted networks.
With multiple stakeholders in your business, how do you create a sustainable way of controlling the access to your network?
The division between the trusted network and untrusted network has traditionally been a fixed perimeter. This concept is no longer adequate because systems routinely cross between untrusted and trusted networks. An infected system can quickly infect other systems on the network after catching a virus on the Internet. The corporate LAN is especially vulnerable because network resources are more open and prevalent. To remain safe and productive, the network must ensure that all systems are compliant with corporate security policies without impeding workflow.
The answer is network access control (NAC), which is a type of computer network security that attempts to unify endpoint security technology (such as anti-virus, host intrusion prevention, and vulnerability assessment), user or system authentication and network security enforcement.
Simply put, when a computer connects to a computer network, it is not permitted to access anything unless it complies with a business-defined policy, including anti-virus protection level, system update level and configuration.
Content Security’s network security solutions control access to corporate networks, enforces endpoint security policy and easily integrates with existing network infrastructures. Regardless of how endpoints connect to the network, our network security solutions discover and evaluate endpoint compliance status; provisions the appropriate network access and provides automated remediation capabilities.
Contact us today and let us assist you in developing a robust and scalable NAC solution for your network.