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Symantec Network Access Control Comprehensive Network Access Control
The managed state of an organization’s individual endpoints plays a critical role in the overall security and availability of its IT infrastructure and related business operations. The new wave of sophisticated crimeware not only targets specific companies, but it also targets desktops and laptops as backdoor entryways into those enterprises’ business operations and valuable resources.
To safeguard themselves against these targeted threats, organizations must have a means to guarantee that each endpoint continually complies with corporate security and configuration management policies. Failure to guarantee endpoint policy compliance leaves organizations vulnerable to a wide array of threats, including the proliferation of malicious code throughout the enterprise, disruption of business-critical services, increased IT recovery and management costs, exposure of confidential information, damage to corporate brand, and regulatory fines due to non-compliance.
Symantec Network Access Control enables organizations to ensure the proper configuration and security state of user endpoints—including those of onsite employees, remote employees, guests, contractors, and temporary workers—before they are allowed to access resources on the corporate network. It discovers and evaluates endpoint compliance status, provisions the appropriate network access, and provides remediation capabilities to ensure that endpoint security policies and standards are met. Symantec Network Access Control is network OS–neutral and easily integrates with any network infrastructure, making its implementation more comprehensive, easier, faster, and more cost-effective than competing solutions.
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