Network Access Control
The fundamental aspect of Network Infrastructure Security is making sure you have firm rules in place. If a user has wired access, you need to know who they are and set rules for where they’re allowed. For wireless access, you need your SSIDs to have clearly defined purposes without proliferation of pre-shared keys. Your guests need to be treated differently from your employees. With BYOD, your system needs to differentiate devices you trust from those you don’t. And for your network device administration control, your routers and switches need to be managed so user privileges on the network are limited to their actual needs.
It’s a technical implementation challenge for your IT department, but our analysts provide the guide you need to make sure your system architecture is built for defense.