Recent Gartner and Frost & Sullivan’s report indicates that NAC has become an important element in the development of Zero Trust Networks (ZTN) as it provides visibility, monitoring, and control at the network access layer.
Openness, transparency, and sharing together provide the key for building the foundation of a safe and secure world
We as Genians always work together with customers, partners, vendors, and communities to sustain our safety from the threats posed by an unpredictable world. And our next-gen NAC solutions can be working as a communication platform to turn things around. So journey with us.
Genian NAC can easily identify how many Windows 7 exist including unknown or transient Windows machines brought in by guests, contractors, even rogue users. Most importantly, Genian NAC can secure those Windows machines accessing to your network.
As organizations continue to struggle to address the challenges posed by a constant barrage of cyber-breaches and attacks, one question in particular comes to the fore: How is it that so many breaches, including some very large incidents, have occurred in environments where compliance with various governmental and/or industry security regulations has been taken quite
This article continues our series on “Multi-Layered Access Control,” which seeks to explore various approaches to network visibility and access control. While our last piece dealt with ARP-based strategies for securing endpoints, we now consider how the 802.1x protocol can be used as part of a broader, multi-faceted approach – offering operators a range of
Even the most fledgling of network administrators are familiar with the ARP protocol and the role it plays in helping operators manage their networks. Indeed, ARP, or “Address Resolution Protocol,” is a stateless communication protocol critical to enabling basic packet transmission in every ethernet network. Its job is quite simple: ARP inspects incoming packets to
Today, the Internet is a vast network of connections: people to people, people to Things, and Things to Things. This results in a complex melting pot of security and network management challenges because of the convergence of so many tools, technologies, and platforms. How successful are you in managing your network security in the new
Over the past few years, there has been much attention paid in the technology security trade press to the need for companies to become “NIST SP 800-171 Compliant.” Much of this has focused on the need for compliance to be achieved by the end of December 2017. However, with the deadline now 6 months behind
As the challenges identified above manifest themselves increasingly, NAC platforms will need to be highly responsive to marketplace dynamics and the overall threat landscape – and accordingly innovative as well. The essential characteristics required of NAC technology going forward is that it provides enterprises with the flexibility required for them to carry out their business
Today, the Internet is a vast network of connections: people to people, people to devices, and devices to devices. 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 the Internet of Things (IoT)? If you are
We are well into an age of decentralization. Our offices are decentralized. We work all over the country and sometimes the world. Main offices, satellite offices, and the use of contractors are standard practice. Our workers are decentralized. They work in those offices or from their own homes. Sometimes they work from coffee shops. And
Every industry experiences trends. One usually thinks of musical tastes or fashion choices, but even the world of IT security goes through phases. Let’s go back about ten years or so and remember what the IT landscape looked like at the time. Way back in 2006, we started seeing a shift that in 2016 seems
It’s rare that cybersecurity gets mainstream press, but recent events have everyone from the average Twitter user to business owners focusing on protecting themselves from malicious attempts to disrupt service or access confidential information. Just last week, most of the eastern United States experienced the effects of a widespread DDoS attack. Many major businesses found