What is NAC?
Given the current businesses reliance on tech on a daily basis, many organisations feel the need like to tackle the cyber issue from various angles. Traditional ways are to procure a simple antivirus solution, perimeter firewalls, and use a separate system for managing access permissions. However, with the heavily use of Wi-Fi and mobile devices, the trend has shifted to embrace the NAC, Network Access Control.
What is Network Access Control, NAC?
Network Access Control is the act of keeping unauthorized users and devices out of a private network. Organisations that give certain devices or users from outside of the organization occasional access to the network can use network access control to ensure that these devices meet corporate security compliance regulations.
NAC solutions are designed to help network admin to boost the overall security level for internal users. That would guarantee the right person would get the right permissions with right authentication methods.