Endpoint & IoT Enforcement

Simplified Endpoint and IoT Access Control

Network-based security should be a cornerstone of any enterprise IT security strategy. Endpoint and IoT access control is essential for protecting your network and valuable data assets from security breaches. With the rapid growth of IoT applications the implementation of airtight access control policies for all devices, has become even more challenging.

Organizations have long relied on endpoint security and network access control (NAC), but these legacy tools are no longer enough to protect the connected enterprise. The vast majority of IoT devices lack the ability to run agent software or 802.1X-based authentication. This puts them beyond the reach of legacy solutions that depend on these capabilities to enforce access policies.

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The Solution: Simplified Endpoint & IoT Access Control with the Beacon Suite

Beacon Endpoint Enforcement simplifies endpoint and IoT access control via intelligent MAC-based authentication, onboarding and enforcement. It uniquely automates provisioning and authentication by matching identity and behavioral attributes to deliver in-depth visibility and profiling.

Take control of your network by enforcing access policy for all devices. Beacon Endpoint Enforcement works in conjunction with Endpoint Profiler for comprehensive network protection. It uniquely automates provisioning and onboarding to protect your network from unauthorized devices.

Take your network security to the next level.

Learn about Beacon Endpoint Enforcement a simpler approach for deploying authentication.

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"At Air Academy Federal Credit Union we’re not satisfied with simply ‘checking the box’ with our security strategy and with Great Bay Software in place we feel strongly we are obliterating the box. During our evaluation we gave several Network Access Control (NAC) vendors a look, but there was no equal in the industry to the behavioral endpoint level reporting that Great Bay Software delivers across all user and non user devices."

--Jeremy Taylor, Network Manager at AAFCU®