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.
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.
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
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
Whether your organization is a business or involved in government, one of the highest cost scenarios is when there is a security event that originates with an inside source like an employee or contractor. That’s because these people often have unfettered access to the most sensitive information while not being able to be properly tracked.
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
Ask any kind of IT professional what their greatest challenge is and they will probably answer with “uncertainty.” Uncertainty can be caused by many things. Predicting employee behavior is nearly impossible. Often times, the biggest security vulnerabilities are caused by someone inside the firm who meant well, but implemented a solution without understanding the risks
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 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
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
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