Network Access Control (NAC)
NAC defined.
For years, NAC was something that had system admins running for the hills because of its reputation of being hard to configure and only something that the department of defense would only want to dabble in... until now.

Put simply, NAC is a great way to control which devices connect to your network and what they can do once they are connected.

It’s exactly like the access control you have been setting up on file shares for years. When you think about it, why should any device with a wireless password or wired connection access everything?

That's where Pulse Policy Secure comes in.