Cisco's partners plan security-product blitz in 2005
More than a dozen vendors are expected to roll out products in the first quarter of next year that work with Cisco Systems' Network Admission Control program, which is designed to ensure that computing devices meet security policies and standards before they're granted access to a network.
Cisco cites the numbers as a sign that its NAC program, which uses a business' network infrastructure to grant access only to devices that have up-to-date security software, is gaining momentum.
By Paul Travis at Security Pipeline.
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