Real-time visibility into all connected endpoints is a crucial first step toward closing security gaps; it’s impossible to secure a device if an organization does not know it exists. As an integrated part of the Fortinet Security Fabric, FortiNAC provides real-time visibility via a live inventory of all devices connected to the network. FortiNAC offers an easy-to-use, one-step solution specifically designed to close security gaps resulting from absent or outdated access controls. It enables network lockdown, simplifying IoT device onboarding and management, while filling a crucial defensive gap by controlling device access. Learn more about FortiNAC’s core capabilities.
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