Addressing the prevalent risks of Shadow IT, the seamless integration of NAC and ZTNA fortifies organizations’ security frameworks. This not only prevents unauthorized access but also provides the flexibility to adapt to the dynamic IT landscape, effectively mitigating security challenges
Genians proved its NAC-driven ZTNA capabilities for MEC in 5G networks, ensuring seamless secure access to services from various edges like campus, remote, and micro branches.
It may seem like just yesterday that IT teams worldwide scrambled to set up secure and efficient remote work environments. Now, we are seeing the beginnings of a return to office work. Here are some quick tips to ease the transition back to a stable baseline in your network environments.
Using Genians Network Access Control solution, learn how to manage Windows Updates & Patch Management quickly and accurately.
While knowing security vulnerabilities is one thing, identifying them in your environment and determining the best mitigation strategy is another. Genian NAC is here to help.
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.
Stay away from too many notifications. Get immediate, meaningful, and actionable information by integrating with Slack.
Genian NAC empowers IT professionals to control insecure Apps like Zoom, even in a distributed network environment, where not all devices are company assets.
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.
With Infoblox DDI and Genian NAC integration, you can extend the Infoblox DNS Firewall feature with the zero-touch, vendor-agnostic, Layer 2 ARP enforcement capabilities of Genians NAC to mitigate cybersecurity threats in real time.
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
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
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