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Bradford Networks

Bradford Networks


Bradford Network’s Proven Approach to NAC

With the proliferation of mobile devices and the consumerization of IT, corporate networks are more challenging to manage and more at-risk every day.
What are some of the top issues on your mind for your IT organization?

  • How to enable flexible network access without compromising security?
  • Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) initiatives introduce risk to financial assets, intellectual property, brand, credit card data, patient data …
  • Our IT staff needs real-time, 100% visibility into the devices being connected to our wireless network, at the point of access
  • Vulnerable devices connecting to our secure network create backdoors for cyber criminals
  • How do we control access for devices on the network that are shared by multiple users?
  • How will we ever inventory all the devices connecting to our network?

Based on Bradford Networks deep experience working with education, healthcare and enterprise customers, we know that today’s network gatekeepers need a flexible, scalable NAC solution with 24/7 visibility that eliminates network blind spots by granting safe network access based on YOUR policies to detect all authorized and unauthorized devices on your network. There are no shortcuts. Your organization needs to know – in real-time and at the point of access – who and what is accessing your network and why, so you can make an immediate decision on how to handle a breach or rogue device before your network and secure information is compromised.

Network Access Control (NAC) Grows Up

NAC has evolved from a binary Yes/No control to an adaptive technology that can handle the gray areas in complex and unpredictable network environments. Bradford Networks pioneered 3rd generation NAC, and we’re helping hospitals, universities, and leading companies use it to full advantage. IT staff can orchestrate many different personal devices and categories of users with a minimal investment of time and effort. Employees can use their preferred devices to become more mobile and productive, without putting the organization at risk. That’s good news for end users, and good news for the business.