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Secure the network edge with the premier book on NAC deployment and management * The first book on deploying and managing the Cisco NAC solution * Addresses the security risks of remote and mobile computer users connecting to corporate networks * Enables end-point products (i.e. PCs, servers, and PDAs) to communicate security information, allowing networks to restrict access of non-compliant devices to the rest of the networkNetwork Admission Control (NAC), a set of technologies and solutions built on an industry initiative led by Cisco, uses the network infrastructure to enforce security policy compliance on all devices seeking to access network computing resources, thereby limiting damage from emerging security threats. Customers using NAC can allow network access only to compliant and trusted end-point devices (PCs, servers, and PDAs, for example) and can restrict the access of noncompliant devices. The purpose of Cisco Network Admission Control Volume II is to provide a comprehensive guide on how to deploy and troubleshoot phase 2 of NAC to protect networks from attacks and threats and to ultimately create a self-defending network. By highlighting what protection NAC provides when a virus outbreak occurs, this book is a guide for any network professional who manages network security and monitors organizational infrastructure for day-zero threats.
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Omir Santos Rios (born April 29, 1981) is a former professional baseball catcher. He played in Major League Baseball for the Baltimore Orioles, the New York Mets, the Detroit Tigers, and the Cleveland Indians and is currently the bench coach for the Akron RubberDucks, the Indians' AA affiliate.
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