Network Access Control

With the growing number of devices on a network and a decreasing level of control over these devices due to trends such as Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD), companies must now ensure endpoint compliance as part of endpoint management.


Network Access Control has evolved from simply controlling network access, into a more advanced use case of mitigating risks posed by vulnerable and compromised endpoints on today’s dynamic networks. It has emerged as a critical element of an enterprise-wide network security posture that bridges the gap between the SOC and NOC, by eliminating error-prone manual processes via security automation and orchestration.

As the number of devices on a wired and wireless network continues to grow with initiatives such as Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD), so does the network attack surface for cyber criminals. Enterprises must be ready to combat the influx of cyber-threats by gaining complete network visibility, addressing vulnerabilities, implementing network segmentation, and responding autonomously to contain compromised endpoints.

The Network Access Control functionality in Network Sentry reduces the attack surface to mitigate cyber threats by: