Trusting in 802.1X endpoint security

Friday, 13 May 2005, 9:16 AM EST

Funk Software —one of the TCG's contributor members—announced during Interop last week that it is adopting support for the TNC's endpoint integrity standard in it's RADIUS server and 802.1X client. This effectively makes policy enforcement on WLANs, usually the purview of proprietary solutions, an open standard. (For example, remote access providers GoRemote and iPass both handle endpoint security for corporate customers.)

By Eric Griffith at Wi-Fi Planet.

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