Network Access Control in the Era of IoT and BYOD

December 6, 2018

As the Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile devices continue to proliferate, the enterprise attack surface grows broader. New gaps and vulnerabilities in the network perimeter are exposed. And at the same time, zero-day exploits and advanced persistent threats grow more sophisticated in their endpoint attack strategies. Security architects need improved access controls to protect devices and the broader network from threats and meet increasingly strict compliance standards. To address these challenges, network access control (NAC) security solutions must evolve to provide more robust capabilities that support current needs—threat awareness, containment, and mitigation. Learn more about the three main attributes of third-generation network access controls that security architects need to fully secure IoT and BYOD.

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