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Aerohive launches guide to cloud-managed network access control
NAC for Dummies teaches the key aspects of network access control within enterprise IT networks and how you can secure all devices on the network.
Frost and Sullivan recognises ForeScout’s achievements in NAC
ForeScout Technologies has announced it is the recipient of the Frost and Sullivan Growth Excellence Leadership Award in the network access control (NAC) market.
Frost & Sullivan: Pulse Secure among best NACs for SMB to large enterprise
The recent Frost and Sullivan 2018 Network Access Control (NAC) Market, Global, Forecast to 2022 report states that network visibility is critical.
EMA names Pulse Secure leader in hybrid IT secure access platform solutions
The survey included executives from over 200 enterprises and an analysis of hundreds of vendor product briefings, case studies and demonstrations.
Aruba introduces integrated SD-WAN, LAN and security solution
Branch operators face increased complexity and inefficiencies with different tools for managing the network and security from different vendors.
Aruba awarded industry's first Common Criteria certification for NAC solution
“Common Criteria validation provides the highest level of security certification an organisation can receive."
Struggling with IoT or BYOD? Here’s how to overcome the main challenges
The ideas of ‘bring your own device’ (BYOD) and Internet of Things (IoT) are a dream come true for most employees – but a nightmare for IT staff.
Never worry about device security policies again with an NAC
IDC interviewed five organisations that use Aruba ClearPass as a policy management platform for network access control.
The five key elements of closed-loop network security
Why CISOs must adopt a closed-loop approach to network security.
How to simplify your network's security through one platform
Why buy standalone products when what you really need is integration?
Are connected devices leaving you vulnerable to security breaches?
With Gartner forecasting 50 billion connected devices by 2020, it’s important for devices to be secured, or they could represent a threat.