Foiling hackers with NAC: first, know what you have

Wednesday, 15 November 2006, 1:25 AM EST

When Ofir Arkin led a discussion on Network Access Control (NAC) security at IT Security World, held in San Francisco earlier this year, he was pleased to see the participants acknowledge the risks associated with vulnerable networks. Arkin says that with hackers learning new ways to bypass such controls, enterprises have their work cut out for them.

At Enterprise Systems.

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