NAC policies are custom logic rules that check for a set of conditions and perform appropriate actions. These policies can be used to decide what access a particular user or device will receive based on conditions such as incoming SSID, authentication information, AD Group membership, OS, device type and role, etc. Policies can also be used to monitor various processes that may affect your network and alert an administrator.

  • Uses flexible policies to decide what resources a particular device has access to
  • Monitors devices for login changes, excessive access changes, shared logins, percentage of restricted devices, etc.
  • Sends notifications by email or SMS
  • Flags devices for administrator review or subsequent actions