Whitepaper - NAC 2.0: A new model for a more secure future

Tuesday, 30 September 2008, 12:45 PM EST

As organizations turn to Network Access Control (NAC) technologies to protect their networks and data, the flaws of earlier versions of NAC are becoming apparent. New pressures from a constantly changing threat environment and an increasingly mobile workforce require a new NAC model that will offer more finely controlled network access, an increased agility of response, and a better focus on network, desktop, and security operations. This paper looks at where NAC 1.0 went wrong and describes how the new perspective of NAC 2.0 will allow organizations the flexibility of control to ensure effective endpoint and network governance.

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