Neighborhood watch for network security?

Tuesday, 2 May 2006, 12:37 AM EST

Peer-to-peer approaches work for a variety of different technologies. But can P2P work for serious network security? A company called InfoExpress thinks so with the use of Dynamic Network Access Control (NAC).

Network Access/Admission Control technologies, commonly referred to as NAC, typically involve either hardware infrastructure or client-side software approaches in order to secure a network.

At internetnews.

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