Network Access Control
Featuring 5 Papers as of March 14, 2014
Implementing IEEE 802.1x for Wired Networks
Johan Loos - March 14, 2014
Most companies do not have an extra of security layer in place when client computers are connecting to a wired network.
Securing BYOD With Network Access Control, a Case Study
Lawrence Orans - May 23, 2013
Security-conscious organizations need to proactively develop solutions to mitigate the inherent risks in the BYOD phenomenon.
Security Vulnerabilities and Wireless LAN Technology
Heather Lane - March 15, 2011
Wireless local area network systems (LANs), also referred to as Wi-Fi can be found everywhere. Since their introduction in the mid 1990s, they have proliferated among home users and have taken over organizations whether or not they are authorized.
A Survey of Wireless Mesh Networking Security Technology and Threats
Anthony Gerkis - October 18, 2006
This paper will summarize the technologies and challenges related to wireless mesh networks.
Identity and Access Management Solution
Martine Linares - June 29, 2005
Companies must be able to trust the identities of users requiring access and easily administer user identities in a cost-effective way.
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