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Fiberlink Takes NAC Mobile
Fiberlink this week introduced the latest version of the software platform the company uses as the foundation for its hosted mobile management service. It also launched what it's calling a "mobile NAC" offering that takes advantage of the new capabilities.
Fiberlink's Mobile NAC product is focused mainly on laptop security, providing core network access control functions, including policy management, endpoint assessment, quarantine, enforcement and remediation. Rather than inspecting laptops only when they attempt to access the network, Mobile NAC assesses and remediates machines at all times, from start-up to shutdown, the vendor said. Noncompliant systems are repaired automatically and are allowed safely back on the network.
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