Network Access Control

Network Access Control and beyond

Stop Unauthorized Access

With our NAC solution control endpoints and identities that try to access the network – wired and wireless, including VPN connections.

NAC - 100% Control

The NAC (Network Access Control) system allows to manage the access of users and their devices to the corporate network. Precisely, it is the possibility of detailed control over:

WHO? Who can access the network?
WHAT? What device can connect to the network?
HOW? On which network devices?
WHEN AND WHERE? Under which conditions?

VIEW - 100% Visibility

NAC detects connected to the network devices in real time: both end devices and network devices with which they connect. The system has the ability to download data on end devices from external databases such as Active Directory, SQL databases, LDAP or Radius servers. Using SNMP protocols, it is possible to turn on monitoring, which allows to view the operation of devices and their load.

Your Network - Your Rules

Various authentication methods
Working on groups
Response action

Access control

Advanced configuration options for access policies thanks to the built-in RADIUS server and 802.1X authentication and authorization.


DNS, DHCP, IP Address Management - automatic management of addressing, networks and IP addresses from one place.


Better device control, more efficient network configuration, and stronger authentication with NACVIEW apps.


Real-time preview of network devices, visualization of network traffic on ports and ongoing reporting.


Automatic elimination of threats thanks to information from integrated systems (SIEM, FW, Antivirus, etc.).

Network visibility

Detection of all elements connected to the network and insight into parameters crucial for safety.

The importance of NAC systems in network security

Authentication is the process of verifying the identity of a user or device connecting to the network. This is usually done through the end-user entering a username/password. In some cases, the MAC address and digital certificates may be used for authentication.

Authorization is the process of determining what network resources an authenticated device can access and what actions are allowed. Depending on the type of authenticated device or group of identified users, network, and service may be restricted.

Accounting is a process that allows a device to keep records of network access and use it for future billing or security purposes. This allows you to create reports on access to network resources. Thanks to them, you see who used what device, when, where, and how (e.g. every connection to the server or use of services is recorded).

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