NAC-driven ZTNA with BYOD cybersecurity strategy can create a secure and flexible environment that allows employees to use their personal or company-owned devices for work without compromising security. This approach ensures that access to corporate resources is based on trust, continuous monitoring, and strict security policies, reducing the risk of data breaches and other security incidents.
Securing Government Networks: The Synergies of Network Access Control (NAC) and Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA)
Genians NAC-driven ZTNA enables government systems to establish a robust security foundation that ensures secure network access, mitigates risks, and aligns tightly with Zero Trust principles.
Universal Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA) for All Organizations, Especially Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs)
Universal ZTNA can help organizations meet regulatory requirements and compliance standards, protect against modern cyber threats, and align with the White House’s initiatives to improve cybersecurity for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs).
Genians extends its NAC capabilities to support Zero Trust Security initiatives by introducing Genian ZTNA, which establishes a trusted path for secure access from various endpoints anywhere to critical IT resources, whether they exist in On-prem, in the Cloud, or in Hybrid environments.
Find out the best way to implement microsegmentation (Identity-based Segmentation) to make security as granular as possible and reduce cybersecurity attack surface to limit lateral movement by leveraging Genians NAC-driven Zero Trust Network Access (ZTNA).
Discover the best way to gain comprehensive network visibility by leveraging network observability rather than network monitoring.
Genian NAC Built-In RADIUS Server is capable of performing Authentication, Authorization, and Change of Authorization (CoA) for remote access users.
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