NAC-driven Zero Trust Network Access empowers healthcare organizations to enhance network security, protect patient data, and comply with HIPAA regulatory core requirements.
Cybersecurity Measures for Safeguarding Critical Infrastructure in Closed and Distributed Network Environments
Combining the key core components of Network Access Control (NAC) and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) can enable organizations to ensure the integrity, availability, and resilience of their critical infrastructure network.
By adopting 6 security measures, educational institutions can build a holistic approach to mitigating risks, protecting sensitive resources, and fostering a secure learning environment.
Genians NAC-driven Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) can reduce the risk of unauthorized access and ensure effective cyber-defense all campus, remote, cloud, and hybrid networks.
Beyond the Limitations: Universal Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) and Other Cybersecurity Solutions
Universal ZTNA can provide a complementary approach to network security that maximizes the benefits of existing solutions while minimizing their limitations and it enables organizations to adopt a holistic approach to network security that leverages the strengths of different solutions for a more effective and efficient security posture.
During Educause 2022, Genians had many great opportunities to hear powerful stories related to fundamental cyber security issues and we shared our solutions on how to approach this critical subject more effectively and economically using our Genians NAC-driven Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA).
Genians presents some critical factors to consider in selecting the best Network Access Control (NAC) solution by comparing Genian NAC with PacketFence.
Discover how Genian Zero Trust NAC can meet Cloud adoption challenges: Visibility of all IP-Enabled Devices in the Cloud. Control of Nodes in a Multi-Cloud, Multi-CSP Environment. Securing Cloud Resources from Remote Users and Endpoint Compliance Verification. Built-In Infrastructure as Code (IaC) Capabilities.
Genians Zero Trust NAC can guide you throughout on the best methods for reforming your cybersecurity foundation by ensuring full network surveillance across all connecting points (nodes) and dynamic access control to achieve an optimally secure network edge.
Discover how Network Access Control (NAC) solution has evolved from the first-gen to Zero Trust NAC.
Digital trust begins with getting digital identity attributes and the digital security onboarding process can leverage various IT security solutions to authenticate, authorize, and audit access activities across various network connections such as VPN, xDSL, and 5G.
Implementing a Zero Trust framework ensures a high level of security within a network architecture through network access control and mitigates the risks of unauthorized access of a data breach. Where this model comes with loads of benefits, it also has some challenges. Learn more about the Zero Trust security model, benefits, and technical challenges.
Zero Trust security model helps ensure authorization and verification of users and devices and grants device and network access to authorized users only. This framework helps combat security threats by implementing access controls. Learn more about this model, its definition, implementation, core principles, and more.
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.
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.
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.
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The dramatic influx of IoT and other network-connected devices requires a radical new approach to management and security International Data Corp. forecasts that approximately 80
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