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Network access control (NAC) is the process of controlling users’ and devices’ access to a corporate or private network. NAC ensures that only authenticated and authorized devices can get connected and communicate with the network in a secure and compliant manner. Today, the increasing prevalence of IoT devices poses large security risks to the corporate network. IT teams are tasked with onboarding those unmanaged devices securely, determining the level of access allowed, and monitoring devices’ behavior on the network.The traditional NAC solutions have three fundamental capabilities - authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA). In this blog article, we will discuss how NAC solutions can evolve to offer more robust capacities that meet the need for IoT security.
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Internet of Things (IoT) is the new trend that has fueled the transformation of many industries and reshaped our enterprises today. The variety and volume of connected devices grow on a daily basis. According to a new forecast from International Data Corporation (IDC), there will be 41.6 billion connected IoT devices by 2025, generating a staggering 79.4 zettabytes (ZB) of data in 2025.