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.
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.
With Genian NAC providing Device Platform Intelligence (DPI), truly vendor agnostic ARP Enforcement and easy to configure policies to provide proper segmentation and security without complexity, your businesses can keep up with IoT security demands.
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.
With Genians, the Air Force locks down unknown, rogue, and misconfigured endpoints
South Korea’s largest telecommunication company enhances endpoint security and compliance with Genians’ Next-Gen NAC capabilities
The carrier gains extended intelligence and access control for endpoints
The hotel revamps their legacy IP Address Management (IPAM) solution with Genians’ Next-Gen NAC capabilities
With Genians, this medical complex gains comprehensive network surveillance and more secure access control for various types of endpoints and users.
Genians delivers the most secure and efficient BYOD and onboarding process for the largest distance–learning university in South Korea
With Genians, the university simplified various authentication methods to provide advanced secure network access for users and devices across their satellite campuses
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 [...]