Chinese companies join Cisco-led security program

Thursday, 20 January 2005, 12:48 AM EST

Two Chinese antivirus software vendors, Kingsoft and Rising Technology, have joined Cisco Systems' Network Admission Control (NAC) security program, the San Jose, California, network equipment vendor said Tuesday.

The goal of the NAC program is to ensure that the network and all of the devices that access the network are NAC-compatible, while non-compatible devices are not given access to the network.

By Sumner Lemon at Info World.

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