Why NAC alone is not enough

Wednesday, 28 March 2007, 11:38 AM EST

The development of Network Admission Control (NAC) products, which check that hosts connecting to a network meet the requirements needed to join that network, has blurred the boundaries of endpoint security. Whether it is the original iteration from Cisco, Microsoft’s NAP, or the Trusted Computing Group’s TNC, NAC is becoming an increasingly popular solution to stop infected machines from entering a secure network.

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