Demystifying Next-Gen NAC: The Fast Track to Optimizing Network Access Control 3.0

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With steady adoption across industries as enterprises reduce network visibility and endpoint protection gaps, enable BYOD and guest access, fortify privacy compliance and mitigate new malware and IOT security risks, Network Access Control solutions have come of age. However there is still confusion on why, where and how to best apply NAC?

In this webinar, we will look to demystify the next-generation of NAC and provide pragmatic insights on how to make informed decisions on selecting, implementing and optimizing your NAC.

Key takeaways:

  • A look at the evolution of NAC, and the adopters, drivers, features and leaders of version 3.0
  • Processes and application best practices on NAC deployments
  • How to achieve total user and endpoint visibility, and up-scaling device security
  • How your NAC can enable IoT identification and protection


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Piyush Dewangan

Industry Research Manager, Quadrant Knowledge Solutions

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Ken Pfeil

Chief architect, TechDemocracy

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Mike Riemer

Chief Security Architect, Pulse Secure

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