Genian NAC can perform real-time detection and isolation of threats at the access layer by integrating with third-party systems such as IDS, DDI, SIEM, NGFW, and SOAR.
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Whether you opt to use Genians Device Platform as a way to check for Ripple20 devices or the CVE list as demonstrated in this blog, the ability to rapidly deploy a Genian NAC physical or virtual Sensor, group and tag affected nodes on the network and fully automate notifications via any number of collaborative tools is a huge time saver.
Mitigating Ripple20 vulnerabilities requires a tiered approach of granular visibility on all types of networks, including remote networks with IoT, ICS and networking equipment. Having a non-disruptive, rapidly deployable option for network visibility is key.
Network Access Control still has a critical role to play in any cybersecurity plan whether it be visibility, asset management, control/segmentation, Zero Trust or security automation. Organizations should carefully consider the topics discussed in the Gartner NAC Market Recommendations section of the guide when researching and choosing a solution to ensure the solution chosen is the right fight for the organization’s business, network environment, and security initiatives. These front end considerations will pay dividends on the back end.
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The Genian NAC Built-In RADIUS Server is capable of performing Authentication, Authorization and Accounting functions for Enterprise and SMB/SME networks. This capability not only applies to On-Perm users and devices, but can be extended to remote VPN connections as well by integrating with Firewalls and VPN Concentrators/Servers
No matter what, where, and when, we need to secure all connected devices. Genians can present the most practical way to increase network visibility, including remote locations, and protect all remote workers from cyber threats to ensure systems availability is maintained throughout the difficult period ahead.
The Genian NAC Agent has over 50 plugins ranging from OS, hardware and software to user accounts, screen lock, power options and everything in between. Genian NAC can also group devices together with over 500 possible conditions available to categorize devices and enforce policy.
Genian NAC provides real-time open Port Awareness, a means to quickly and easily block a node from network access, the ability to monitor any time a new device with High Risk ports enabled connects to the network and built-in reporting so Admins can mitigate the risk in a timely manner.
RADIUS-based NAC vs Sensor-based NAC This article will focus on some of the Pros and Cons of central versus distributed architectures with respect to Network Access Control (NAC) solutions. During the decision making process when purchasing or implementing NAC solutions, the question of architecture is always at the forefront. Many factors come into consideration when
Next-Gen NAC with 128T Session Smart Routing Technology Infuses Enhanced Security into Network Edges & Endpoints
Genians’ Next-Gen Network Access Control (NAC) combined with the 128 Technology Session Smart™ Router delivers a secure, software-defined network fabric and an enhanced cybersecurity stack to provide end-to-end visibility and access control across routers, while maintaining fast and reliable network services. Service-centric Networking with Zero Trust Security Baked-in The 128 Technology software-based networking solution is
Genians’ Next-Gen Network Access Control (NAC) powered by Seceon’s AI-based SIEM delivers an enhanced cybersecurity stack to provide actionable intelligence for Enterprise IT infrastructure and mitigate cybersecurity threats in real-time. This stack empowers Enterprises and Managed Service Providers (MSP, MSSP, MDR) to secure users, hosts, applications, Network & IT Infrastructure, ensuring a baseline for security
If you manage a network, you know that sometimes things don’t always go smoothly when it comes to identifying devices. One such difficult, and somewhat common, scenario is needing to manage duplicate IP addresses. An IP conflict can happen for a variety of reasons. When it does, it can cause issues regarding worker productivity by
Whether you’re managing IT for a small business just getting started or a major multinational corporation, there are two critical concerns that you have to meet: security and regulations. The two often go hand in hand, though security usually concerns itself with safeguarding your firm’s assets and customer information. Regulatory concerns are related to government
It’s rare that situations that involve the IT community at large break through into mainstream consciousness. If you are a CIO, business owner, or network manager, every day brings challenges related to the integrity and security of your network. The general public doesn’t usually hear about what happens every day in the world of IT.
Today, the Internet is a vast network of connections: people to people, people to Things, and Things to Things. This is a complex melting pot of security and network management challenges because of the convergence of technologies. How successful are you in managing your network security with this Internet of Things (IoT)? If you are