Doing your NAC policy homework

Friday, 12 January 2007, 12:30 PM EST

If grade schools had technology that could stop students from coming to class unless their homework was complete, would they turn students away at the door if they hadn't finished their assignments? Or give them a warning but let them come to class? And would the policy become stricter based on the type of homework?

It's an interesting analogy to automating security policy enforcement on enterprise networks.

At NetworkWorld.

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