Network access control (NAC) is how you manage network security when your employees, partners, and guests need to access your network using laptops and mobile devices. Network Access Control For Dummies is where you learn how NAC works, how to implement a program, and how to take real-world challenges in stride. You'll learn how to deploy and maintain NAC in your environment, identify and apply NAC standards, and extend NAC for greater network security. Along the way you'll become familiar with what NAC is (and what it isn't) as well as the key business drivers for deploying NAC. Learn the steps of assessing, evaluating, remediating, enforcing, and monitoring your program Understand the essential functions of Authentication, Authorization, and Accounting Decide on the best NAC approach for your organization and which NAC policies are appropriate Discover how to set policies that are enforceable and reasonable enough to be followed, yet still effective Become familiar with the architectures and standards essential to NAC Involve and motivate everyone in the organization whose support is critical to a successful implementation Network Access Control For Dummies shows you the steps for planning your implementation, who should be involved, where enforcement should occur, and much more. When you flip the switch, you'll know what to expect.
Biographie de l'auteur
Jay Kelley is Product Marketing Manager for Juniper Networks Unified Access Control solutions. Rich Campagna is Product Line Manager for Juniper Networks UAC and SSL VPN product families. Denzil Wessels is Technical Marketing Manager for Juniper Networks UAC and SSL VPN.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5Awesome!5 mai 2009
Par Kevin Fletcher - Publié sur Amazon.com
Well rounded book with lots of goodies inside. While it is somewhat technical, it covers many different aspects of NAC.
3.0 étoiles sur 5In all fairness, not what I was looking for7 janvier 2010
Par James Ranager - Publié sur Amazon.com
I bought this book to help me find a solution to a work problem I have. It did not address that problem. In all fairness, though, the book is good, especially if you are trying to implement RADIUS or TACACS+ in your network.