Next-Gen Network Access Control
Secure Any IP-Enabled Devices, No Matter What.
Securing the Edge, Quickly & Accurately
1. Inventory and Control of Hardware Assets
Detect all IP-enabled devices on the network and identify their specific platform information
2. Inventory and Control of Software Assets
Collect installed software information on all devices.
3. Continuous Vulnerability Management
Check the status of IT security policy compliance and remediate non-compliant devices.
4. Controlled Use of Administrative Privileges
Authorize devices/users based on users’ roles and responsibilities.
5. Secure Configuration for HW/WS on Mobile devices, Laptops, Workstations and Servers
Inspect detected devices’ configuration and security settings and maintain security baseline.
6. Maintenance, Monitoring and Analysis of Audit Logs
Monitor every single access event by devices and log all access history as part of the audit trail.
Non-disruptive Sensing & Access Control at the edge
Genian NAC can monitor IP-enabled devices on your network in real-time using a non-disruptive Layer 2 based Network Sensor and classifies those devices and their users into logical groups based on your business requirements. Genian NAC has the intelligence to sort out a wide range of network-connected devices and their states to present immediate, meaningful, and actionable information.
- Monitor heterogeneous network environments without changing existing network configuration
- Monitor wireless packets by Wireless Sensors or Agents
- Monitor all managed, unmanaged, and even legacy networking devices
- Provide the most accurate device platform information and see access trends
- Discover contextual access information (Who, What, Where, When, How)
- Detect compliance status change on time
- Find non-compliant, unknown, rogue, misconfigured devices
- Discover abnormal network traffics (e.g. ARP Spoofing/Bombing, MAC/IP Cloning, Port scanning, Invalid Gateway)
- Present personalized information through fully customizable dashboards
DEVICE PLATFORM INTELLIGENCE (DPI)
“Device Platform” refers to any hardware or software, or any combination of hardware and software (OS), used to access a network.
Genian NAC incorporated with Device Platform Intelligence (DPI) can present the most accurate device identity, its contextual, and its risk information in order to enhance network visibility and secure network access for the IoT era. DPI can be shared through the Genians Cloud.
- The name of Device Platform consists of manufacturer, device name, model number (Integrated with the Common Platform Enumeration (CPE) dictionary)
- The actual picture of the device platforms
The list of device fingerprinting sources
- Network connection type (Wired, Wireless)
- Product end of life (EOL)
- Product end of support (EOS)
- Manufacturer business status
- Manufacturer location (Country)
- Manufacturer homepage
- Linked to Product webpage
- Linked to Google search engine
- Provide Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures (CVE)
- Report device platforms exposed to vulnerability issues in real time
- Alert and notification
- Report manufacturer/vendor going out of business or being acquired, which can introduce systems that cannot be upgraded or patched
Genian NAC leverages multiple techniques to enforce IT security policies dynamically using contextual information (What, Who, When, Where, How) to quarantine any non-compliant devices and remediate them to be compliant through automated processes.
Dynamic Acess Control
- Condition-based grouping (Over 500 predefined conditions)
- Policy assignment based on the status change of endpoint compliance
- End-to-end access control inside of LAN
Multi-layered Access Control
- 802.1x: Built-in RADIUS server
- DHCP: Built-in DHCP server
- Layer 2: ARP Enforcement (using Network Sensor)
- Layer 3: TCP reset (using Mirror/SPAN Sensor)
- Layer 3: Inline Enforcement (Dual-homed Gateway)
- Agent: NIC/Power Control, Alert Popup
- Integration: Firewall, Switch port shutdown (SNMP,Webhook)
Mobile, BYOD, Guest
In the hyper-connected world of the Internet of Things (IoT), organizations are grappling with implementing Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives to deal with the rapidly evolving and increasingly complex tsunami of mobile devices, from laptops and tablets to other smart ”Things”, such as phones, watches, cars and more. Genian NAC can provide flexible and secure network access, wherever you are located, and for whatever devices you bring to the network.
- Check user authentication and device compliance status
- Guide users to meet compliance (Self-service process)
- Provide role-based access control
Secure Access Request
- Captive Web Portal service
- Built-in RADIUS server (802.1x)
- User authentication (AD, local DB, RDBMS, Google G-Suite)
- Request approval system (Device, IP, User, Peripherals)
IP Address Management (IPAM)
Through our intuitive IP matrix interface (Class C Subnet mask), see how many IP addresses are being used and available, which IP’s are assigned via DHCP, which are reserved, and more.
Switch Port Management
See how many devices are connected to specific ports, their connection status, port-level security, 802.1x information, traffic, utilization and more. Using 802.1x port-based access control, control any ports connected to non-compliant devices.
Genians’ Network Sensor has the capability of scanning all SSIDs in your network and identifying who connects to which SSIDs, capturing not only your organization’s APs but also neighboring APs and controlling what is connecting to those APs. You can allow or deny Wifi-enabled devices accessing different SSIDs based on their policy compliance by groups, such as Authorized AP, Rogue AP, Misconfigured AP, Tethering device, and more.
- Detect SSIDs by Wireless Sensor or Agent
- Discover all connected wireless devices per SSIDs
- Discover where SSIDs are located
- Detect APs connected to corporate networks
- Detect non-compliant wireless devices (APs, mobile devices)
- Detect rogue and misconfigured APs
- Detect hidden APs and softAPs
Wireless Connection Manager
- Manage wireless connection profile
- Disable SoftAP
- Provide a single-click wireless connection service
- Allow connections only to authorized APs
- 802.1x supplicant plugin (EAP-GTC)
Manage all desktop configurations, applications, OS Updates, peripheral devices, wireless connections and more. Standardize the configuration of corporate-owned devices automatically and control them remotely.
- Change Computer Name
- Check Password Validation
- Collect System Information Using WMI
- Configure Windows Security Settings
- Control OS Updates (Works for the isolated network)
- Configure 802.1X Wired Authentication
- Profile Settings
- Control Antivirus Software Settings
Control External Devices (e.g. USB, Printer)
Control Internet Explorer Security Settings
- Control Network Folder Sharing / Interface / Traffic
- Control Power Options, Screen Lock
- Provide Wireless Connection Manager (Zero configuration)
- Control WLAN
- Deploy Files
- Inspect TCP Connections
- Manage ARP Table
- Install / Remove software
- Run Scripts
- Terminate Processes
IT Security Automation
Genian NAC integrates a wide range of IT security and business solutions (Firewall, VPN, IDS/IPS, VM, MDM, SIEM, APT, DLP, CRM/ERP, etc.) to ensure unified policy enforcement. Genian NAC supports custom integration using Webhook, REST API, and Syslog.
Perimeter Security System (Next-gen Firewall)
- Give: IP-User information for user-aware policy
- Take: Receive Infected Endpoint IP or MAC then quarantine it
Threat Detection System (SIEM, ATP, VA, EDR)
- Give: IP information (user, history, platform.)
- Take: Receive Infected Endpoint IP or MAC than quarantine it
Enterprise Mobility Management
- Give: New device information
- Take: Block mobile devices if EMM agent is not installed
Critical Security Controls (CIS) for Effective Cyber Defense
Cybersecurity compliance and the management of security risk are clearly two different things. Yet achieving the optimal cyber-defense framework for your organization requires that the two are managed in a mutually supportive fashion. Genians’ Next-Gen NAC supports this approach by leveraging the Center for Internet Security (CIS) Controls.
The CIS Controls provide global standards for cybersecurity. These have become recognized around the world for providing a set of best practices that can be leveraged to secure IT systems and data against attacks.
|Basic CIS Controls Guide||Genian NAC Can|
|1||Inventory and Control of Hardware Assets||Detect all IP-enabled devices on the network and identify their specific platform information|
|2||Inventory and Control of Software Assets||Collect installed software information on all devices.|
|3||Continuous Vulnerability Management||Check the status of IT security policy compliance and remediate non-compliant devices.|
|4||Controlled Use of Administrative Privileges||Authorize devices/users based on users’ roles and responsibilities.|
|5||Secure Configuration for Hardware and Software on Mobile Devices, Laptops, Workstations and Servers||Inspect detected devices’ configuration and security settings and maintain security baseline.|
|6||Maintenance, Monitoring and Analysis of Audit Logs||Monitor every single access event by devices and log all access history as part of the audit trail|
Without disturbing existing IT infrastructure or impacting systems availability, Genian NAC gathers and monitors the hardware and software asset information of all IP-enabled devices. It then leverages its Device Platform Intelligence capability to determine each device’s technical and business contextual details, identifies all known or potential device vulnerabilities, establishes the level of user access to be provided, and ensures that all detected devices are being compliant. Additionally, Genians NAC can integrate with security solutions such as NGFW, SIEM, and EMM to share intelligence to respond to cyber threats on time. Additional controls, such as those below, can also be implemented efficiently using Genian NAC.
7. Email and Web Browser Protections
8. Malware Defenses
9. Limitation and Control of Network Ports, Protocols and Services
10. Data Recovery Capabilities
11. Secure Configuration for Network Devices, such as Firewalls, Routers and Switches
12. Boundary Defense
13. Data Protection
14. Controlled Access Based on the Need to Know
15. Wireless Access Control
16. Account Monitoring and Control
17. Implement a Security Awareness and Training Program
18. Application Software Security
19. Incident Response and Management
20. Penetration Tests and Red Team Exercises
Genians’ Next-Gen NAC can support the necessary balance between the dictates of compliance and an organization’s need to maintain operational security practice in tandem.
No disruption in Network Operations. Low Impact to the end-user
Understand How Genian NAC Works
Review and refine device platform information via the cloud and deliver the most accurate, up-to-date device platform information to Policy Server on a weekly basis.
Establish security policies based on Node info collected by Network Sensors and Agents.
- Distribute established policies to Network Sensors and Agents
- Communicate with Network Sensors and Agents to secure access control
- Integrate with user database and third-party security solutions
- Apply (or enforce) established policies from Policy Server to targeted Node (or Node groups)
- Detect all SSIDs by listening wifi signals
- Identify who is accessing valid (enterprise-owned) APs, neighbor APs, or rogue APs
- Support 802.1q Trunk Port
- Execute policy enforcement as well as management tasks through the use of Plugins.
- Operate as a Wireless Sensor to provide wider and more in-depth coverage to detect any possible Wifi activities such as Ad-hoc mode, SoftAP, and Tethering.
Simple 3 Steps for Pricing
You Pick, We Deliver.
Before You Calculate
Know how Genians' Licensing Model works
Genian NAC only counts the number of ACTIVE devices currently up and running in the network. Nothing else! Only active, connected MAC addresses are considered in this calculation.
1. Pick an Edition for your needs
- Basic edition for Network Surveillance
- Professional edition for Network Access Control
- Enterprise edition for Network Automation
2. Pick a deployment Option for your network
Genians provides three flexible deployment options:
- On-Premises NAC: Install and run Genian NAC on the premises of your organization using the Genian NAC software
- Cloud NAC: Run Policy Server in the Cloud either managed by Genians or Yourself.
- NAC as a Service: Deliver NAC as a Service for your MSP business or organizations ready for Cloud services
3. Let's Find out how much it costs
Get Started the Right Way
Genian NAC delivers the most essential cybersecurity features in an all-in-one format, while offering an affordable pricing model. Genians provides three flexible deployment options: On-premise, Cloud-managed, and Network Access Control as a Service (NACaaS) for Managed Security Service Providers. From these, organizations can choose the best option for their particular business requirements.