Achieving NAC Now and in the Future: The Role of SSL VPNs
NAC is a multifaceted framework that controls who and what gets access to network resources, and helps keep malware from entering the enterprise. Today, there are huge challenges to implementing NAC solutions, including: complex integration requirements, inadequate inspection capabilities, and weak policy management. Do you want to reap the core benefits of NAC without the hassle and risks involved?
Read this paper to learn how SSL VPNs (the progenitors of the NAC concept and technology) provide an efficient and effective dose of NAC where it's needed most, with far fewer complications.
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Founder, Missing Link Security Services, LLC
Mark Bouchard, CISSP, is the founder of Missing Link Security Services, LLC, a consulting fi rm specializing in information security and risk management strategies. A former META Group analyst, Mark has assessed and projected the business and technology trends pertaining to a wide range of information security topics for nearly 10 years. He has established a reputation for thought leadership and is a sought after speaker in the areas of security architecture, DMZ design, secure remote access, network security, and related technologies (e.g., fi rewalls, intrusion prevention systems, and virtual private networking). During his career he has assisted hundreds of organizations world-wide with everything from strategic initiatives to tactical decisions involving the justifi cation, selection, acquisition, implementation and ongoing operations of individual technologies and products.
- 24 Oct 2006
- 01 May 2006
- 6 Page(s)
- White Paper