Network access control is applied per user, device and type of access based on which the user’s level of access is determined. This means that at each access point (wired, wireless and remote access) to the network, each user or device must first be authenticated, and then, based on the identity of the user and/or device, granted the appropriate permissions to access resources on the local network.
Network access control functionalities enable full insight, control and retrieval of information about all end devices and users connecting or connected to your IT system. This includes information such as user identity, device or user location, operating system type, workstation registry, etc.
At the same time, network access control solutions support guest access, prevent malicious activity and enforce security policies for endpoint devices.
Protect your network from unauthorized access.
Provide users with secure access from anywhere, anytime.
Enable users to connect to company resources when they need them, using any device.
Protect your intellectual property.