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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.

USER ACCESS DENIED: - What is the user trying to access Keep in mind that access decisions are neither one-time nor static in nature. As attributes change (strength of authentication, location, device), so should the policy. For example, a contractor can be prevented from accessing the network from his/her personal machine from their network at home during the day. But the nature of the project may require that contractor to work from home for only the next two days, which should be easily changed and enforced within the
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.

USER ACCESS DENIED: Demystifying Network Access Control Demystifying Network Access Control Source: StillSecure Document Type: White Paper Description: 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
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.

USER ACCESS DENIED: policies, while still maintaining user productivity. Network Access Control (NAC): CounterACT style= border-width:0px; />   comments powered by Disqus Related Topics:   Security,   Access Control,   Mobile Security,   Network Security Monitoring Source: ForeScout Learn more about ForeScout Readers who downloaded this white paper also read these popular documents! Best Practices for Fixed Asset Managers Payroll Services Checklist Taking Measures for True Success: How to Choose Software That Meets Y
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.

USER ACCESS DENIED: host communication channel protocol. User Recommendations Customers using DB2 on a mainframe for their back-end database should strongly consider an ESCON connection. In addition, TCP/IP should be considered as the protocol of choice instead of SNA. With the recent improvements 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

Merger Mania At Its ExtremesPart 2: Challenges & User Recommendations
While the merger is justifiable it does not provide the new entity with much room for mistakes. SynQuest also needs to quickly figure out the best combination of its disparate products and technologies and articulate a clear and assuring message to the market that it can deliver a strategy for the planning, executing, and adaptive management of supply chains in a foreseeable future.

USER ACCESS DENIED: Part 2: Challenges & User Recommendations Merger Mania At Its Extremes Part 2: Challenges & User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - October 10, 2002 Read Comments Merger Mania At Its Extremes Part 2: Challenges & User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - October 10, 2002 Combined Value Proposition At the beginning of September, to address the market demand for solutions that enable greater supply chain agility (in terms of visibility and event management) and bottom line impact, SynQuest, Inc. (NASDAQ/SC:
10/10/2002

Legal Risks of Uncontrolled E-mail and Web Access
E-mail and the Internet are critical resources for most organizations, but the attributes that make them so essential can generate significant legal risks for employers. E-mail and Internet misuse continues unabated. This paper considers some of the risks of employee use of e-mail and the Internet and suggests solutions such as setting up effective usage policies to help reduce risk.

USER ACCESS DENIED: Legal Risks of Uncontrolled E-mail and Web Access Legal Risks of Uncontrolled E-mail and Web Access Source: Symantec Document Type: White Paper Description: E-mail and the Internet are critical resources for most organizations, but the attributes that make them so essential can generate significant legal risks for employers. E-mail and Internet misuse continues unabated. This paper considers some of the risks of employee use of e-mail and the Internet and suggests solutions such as setting up effective
11/17/2010 12:48:00 PM

Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, and BPELPart Two: BPEL and User Recommendations
In a somewhat simplified language, while Web services allow applications to easily exchange and reuse information, it is only when they are orchestrated (coordinated) into long-running business flows or processes that enterprises can realize their true value.

USER ACCESS DENIED: Part Two: BPEL and User Recommendations Understanding SOA, Web Services, BPM, and BPEL Part Two: BPEL and User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - December 23, 2004 Read Comments Web Services Orchestration Increasing demand-driven responsiveness towards customers needs requires a well-coordinated set of IT infrastructure components, since it is no longer good enough to purchase disparate pieces and expect them to simply interoperate. The ideal should be a sort of an independent data exchange that would
12/23/2004

Pentaho Acquires Webdetails to Reinforce Its User Experience Technology » The TEC Blog
Webdetails to Reinforce Its User Experience Technology » The TEC Blog TEC Blog     TEC Home     About TEC     Contact Us     About the Bloggers     Follow TEC on Twitter    RSS   Discussing Enterprise Software and Selection --> Fast, Accurate Software Evaluations TEC helps enterprises evaluate and select software solutions that meet their exacting needs by empowering purchasers with the tools, research, and expertise to make an ideal decision. Your software selection starts here. Learn

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22-04-2013

QAD Pulling through, Patiently but PassionatelyPart Six: User Recommendations
While hardly any vendor is safe these days including QAD, the gloomy past seems to be far behind. The company has notably broadened its offering and seems to at least keep abreast of current collaborative requirements (if not staying ahead of the curve).

USER ACCESS DENIED: but Passionately Part Six: User Recommendations QAD Pulling through, Patiently but Passionately Part Six: User Recommendations P.J. Jakovljevic - September 25, 2003 Read Comments Event Summary On August 20, QAD Inc. (NASDAQ: QADI), a global provider of collaborative enterprise applications for manufacturing and distributing organizations, reported upbeat financial results for the fiscal 2004 second quarter and six-month period ended July 31, 2003. The improved financial performance has not come without as
9/25/2003

Concur Aims To Be Single Point Of (Purchasing) Access
Concur began as a vendor of shrink-wrapped travel and expense tracking software, but is now making a play to be a major provider of self-service Internet-enabled applications, including offerings in E-purchasing and Human Resources.

USER ACCESS DENIED: products share a common user interface and a common database. It is part of their branding that they bring disparate business processes together, and they quote a Forbes Digital Tool review that stated Think of [Concur s] Employee Desktop as the Microsoft Office of back-office applications. Second, Concur claims that among all competitors it has the most experience deploying to all employees, as opposed to professionals such as buyers and accounting personnel. Concur argues that its product deploys fast
3/1/2000


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