Tellabs OLT1 Advanced NAC Software (Network Access Control) option provides secure enforcement of authentication policy dynamically for users, and devices, attached to the network via best-of-breed policy managers. It helps enterprise LANs shrink the network attack surface and is ideal for zero trust initiatives.
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Supporting industry leading policy managers, such as ForeScout CounterACT, Juniper Unified Access Control (UAC), Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE), HP/Aruba ClearPass Policy Management and Microsoft Network Policy Server (NPS). It helps shrinks the network attack surface and is ideal for zero trust architecture.
Tellabs Optical LAN’s system-wide security and intelligence is managed centrally by OLT and, ultimately, Tellabs PON Manager. From an end-to-end system-wide standpoint, Tellabs Optical LAN provides powerful security measures at the physical layer, and the data layer, as well as users and subtended devices levels via these network access control policy managers.
Simplicity, and less human touch, all contribute to stronger network security. As a result of better network security, operational efficiencies and network up-time are all improved together with consistent, repeatable and error-free application of security policy across the network – dynamically for both user login or device type.
No company wants to be the victim of a data breach, and no business wants their security weaknesses to be showcased across all media outlets in the event of such an unfortunate breach. No doubt there are real costs for businesses and a negative impact on employees as a result of a breach. Tellabs Advanced NAC Software Package provides a means for building more defensible LANs where security policies and procedures are implemented consistently.
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