Network Admission Control
What is Network Admission Control
Network Admission Control (NAC) refers to Cisco’s version of Network Access Control, which restricts access to the network based on identity or security posture. When a network device (switch, router, wireless access point, DHCP server, etc.) is configured for NAC, it can force user or machine authentication prior to granting access to the network.
This introductory course is intended to make you aware of the different aspects of Admission Control.
There are no prerequisites to attend this course, but we recommend having a good basic knowledge of computing.
Who Should attend?
Anyone who wishes to gain an understanding of the basic concepts of Network Admission Control can attend this course. This training course is well-suited for:
- Management Participants
- Students at Beginner Level
- Technical and Non-technical Participants
- Policy lifecycle management
- Profiling and visibility
- Guest networking access
- Security posture cheque
- Incidence response
- Bidirectional integration
IWhy choose Tip Technology?
- Tip Technologies provide you course ware materials, practice questions, answer templates and exam guidance
- We make your learning experience enjoyable
- We provide pre- and post-course support so you never feel alone
- All of our trainings are hands-on, using real-world examples
Advantages of NAC
Network access control solutions help to prevent by stopping it in its tracks. This proactive method of protection can save your organization thousands through attack prevention. NAC is also scalable, meaning your network security can remain robust as your network grows.