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Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the “Control” in Network Access Control
Identity-based NAC: Using Identity to Put the Control in Network Access Control. Learn About Network Access Control. Access control is more than just checking devices for malware before admitting them to a network. Identity-based network access control (NAC) looks at the identities of users and devices, and knows what resource they are authorized to access, allowing enterprises to tightly control access, and the devices and behavior of users.

IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: to critical information resources, it is important to understand the current state. What are organizations doing to solve this problem today? The current state can be summed up in a few approaches to solve the problem: Open up the network - Many organizations provide access by addressing the problem within the network infrastructure. This technique relies on a combination of VPN tunnels, private networks, extensive firewall rules, or host access tables. Replicate infrastructure - Many organizations
2/5/2007 5:07:00 PM

Demystifying Network Access Control
Imagine this scenario: an infected laptop within your company has accessed the network and is spreading malicious code to thousands of other devices. This incident could cripple any business, but with network access control (NAC) products, companies can rest a little easier. NAC’s ability to measure, enforce, and report on an array of security issues has gained it attention amongst security conscious organizations.

IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: security issues has gained it attention amongst security conscious organizations. Demystifying Network Access Control style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Asset Management,   Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS),   Infrastructure Maintenance,   IT Asset Management (ITAM),   Managed Data Network Services,   Security Services,   Database Management System (DBMS),   Development,   Localization,   Standards,   Middleware,   Enterprise
7/25/2007 8:39:00 AM

Network Access Control (NAC): CounterACT
The number of devices in the corporate world is increasing every year. And as mobility proliferates, so does the requirement for network security solutions to protect against external attacks, as well as attacks originating inside the network perimeter. However, network access control solutions can provide organizations with the ability to automatically enforce security policies, while still maintaining user productivity.

IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: Source: ForeScout Document Type: White Paper Description: The number of devices in the corporate world is increasing every year. And as mobility proliferates, so does the requirement for network security solutions to protect against external attacks, as well as attacks originating inside the network perimeter. However, network access control solutions can provide organizations with the ability to automatically enforce security policies, while still maintaining user productivity. Network Access Control
4/16/2007 2:14:00 PM

Bus-Tech Speeds up Mainframe DB2 Access
Bus-Tech has announced the EnterpriseExpress Adapter for DB2 Access. The product is a PCI-compliant ESCON adapter using IBM's Multipath Channel+ (MPC+) protocol to provide the highest possible throughput between Windows NT applications and DB2 Universal Database for OS/390 using IBM's DB2 Connect.

IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: in IBM s TCP/IP stack, it now absorbs much less CPU than SNA does. SNA is also a broadcast protocol that can not be routed, is more verbose than TCP/IP, and should be considered the protocol of last resort.
1/23/2000

Best Software To Hold Competition At BayPart Four: Challenges & User Recommendations
The downside, as a rule, is the painstaking integration effort yet to be devised for a number of remaining products in the Sage’s/Best’s family and to be subsequently exerted, as there is always a large time bracket from concept to actual materialization. Further, integration is never a simple feat.

IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: broader industry-oriented capabilities, and it has also been integrating its desktop software and Web services (e.g., by offering e-mail invoicing and electronic bill payment). As for the industry focus, Best Software s aiming at four key vertical industries -- distribution, manufacturing, non-profit and accounting - with each segment soon to have its own entry-level version of Peachtree, is logical. Peachtree for Manufacturing and Peachtree for Distribution, which are slated for release in 2003, will
12/23/2002

Application Access over the Internet: Cloud Computing Service for Higher Education
Wipro completed a research project to understand how application and desktop virtualization technology can be best harnessed for the needs of higher education and compare traditional systems integration implementation approach with a cloud computing model. The team conducted in-depth interviews with a set of colleges and universities that have considered, piloted, or already deployed such solutions. This document is a summary of the research findings and conclusions.

IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: Wipro Technologies Document Type: White Paper Description: Wipro completed a research project to understand how application and desktop virtualization technology can be best harnessed for the needs of higher education and compare traditional systems integration implementation approach with a cloud computing model. The team conducted in-depth interviews with a set of colleges and universities that have considered, piloted, or already deployed such solutions. This document is a summary of the research
6/29/2011 2:31:00 PM

User Recommendations for the Food and Beverage Industry
Software systems must be able to handle your business basics. A focus on the details is essential. Look meticulously for the fatal flaws. If you don't select a system that meets your detailed needs, it can be fatal.

IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: works in the category, it will know the issues—and really focused vendors will have a document that spells out these issues for you. If a vendor participates in key industry associations such as the American Meat Institute ( AMI ), the American Beverage Association ( ABA ) and others, it is a good indication that it better understands the evolving needs of your industries, and is capable of translating those needs into the current and future capabilities of its enterprise solutions. Part Eight of the
11/9/2006

Achieving PCI Compliance for Privileged Password Management and Remote Vendor Access
Noncompliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards can have a devastating effect on any company that relies on credit card transactions. Contractual penalties and revocation of your rights to process credit card transactions are just two potential repercussions. Though there is no single solution for PCI compliance, you can minimize the risks by staying on top of the latest products and procedures. Learn more.

IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: Vendor Access Source: e-DMZ Security Document Type: White Paper Description: Noncompliance with Payment Card Industry (PCI) standards can have a devastating effect on any company that relies on credit card transactions. Contractual penalties and revocation of your rights to process credit card transactions are just two potential repercussions. Though there is no single solution for PCI compliance, you can minimize the risks by staying on top of the latest products and procedures. Learn more. Achieving
6/4/2008 3:15:00 PM

Controlling Access Risk: Increase Visibility, Reduce the Time and Cost of Compliance
Managing end-user access to critical enterprise resources as part of an organization's IT governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) initiative helps companies to control access risk, provide real-time visibility for multiple stakeholders, and streamline regulatory compliance. This research shows that the leading performers in controlling access risk also realize tangible financial benefits.

IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: part of an organization s IT governance, risk management, and compliance (GRC) initiative helps companies to control access risk, provide real-time visibility for multiple stakeholders, and streamline regulatory compliance. This research shows that the leading performers in controlling access risk also realize tangible financial benefits. Controlling Access Risk: Increase Visibility, Reduce the Time and Cost of Compliance style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:  
1/27/2012 4:14:00 PM

Antidot Information Search and Access Solutions (français)


IT DOMAIN USER ACCESS: AIF,   Antidot Finder Suite,   AFS,   AFS@Enterprise,   AFS@Web,   AFS@Store,   AFS@Publishing,   knowledge sharing,   information,   information access,   information search,   e- commerce,   search engine,   semantic search engine,   semantic web,   solutions métier,   systèmes d’information des entreprises,   données Source: Antidot Learn more about Antidot Readers who downloaded this brochure also read these popular documents! Best Practices for ERP Implementation TEC 2013
10/9/2013 12:15:00 PM


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