Secure Elements adds automated remediation to Cisco program

Monday, 13 December 2004, 5:49 AM EST

Secure Elements announced its participation in the Network Admission Control (NAC) program, an industry-wide effort led by Cisco Systems. NAC uses the network infrastructure to enforce security policy compliance by all devices that use the network to access computing resources.

Secure Elements' CLASS 5 Automated Vulnerability Remediation (AVR) product will be used in the NAC program to enforce security policy for assets on the network. It will also fix vulnerabilities that appear on any asset connected to the network.

By Systems Management Pipeline News.

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