Network Access Control or Software-Defined Perimeter…or Both?
Network access control (NAC) is a method of bolstering network security by restricting the availability of network resources to endpoint devices that comply with a defined security policy. A traditional network access control server performs authentication and authorization functions for potential users by verifying client device profiles (such as the presence of antivirus software and spyware-detection programs) before permitting access to the network.
So why are leading organizations rapidly adopting Software-Defined Perimeter instead of traditional Network Access Control solutions?
Watch the webinar Network Access Control or Software-Defined Perimeter…or both? that discusses:
- Similarities and differences between Software-Defined Perimeter and traditional Network Access Control solutions
- Visibility and security – What’s the difference? Why does it matter?
- Implementation and maintenance considerations
- On-premises vs. cloud infrastructure considerations
Learn which approach you can adopt to best enforce network security while retaining operational agility. Watch now.
Jason Garbis: Leads the Cloud Security Alliance’s Software-Defined Perimeter working group
Randy Rowland: An executive who lead the effort of transforming VMware into a cloud provider through the vCloud Hybrid Service (vCHS) and Cloud Foundry initiatives.