[unisog] Network / Endpoint Admission Control

kevin_amorin@harvard.edu kevin_amorin at harvard.edu
Tue Feb 14 21:19:17 GMT 2006

      There was a NERCOMP SIG February 7th on "Automated Network Policy
Enforcement".  The SIG covered everything from generic policy enforcement
to a specific case study.  I spoke on the pros/cons of NAC, NAP, and TNC
architectures.  The archive can be found here:


It may not have the statistics that you are looking for but it is a good
start on the NAC arctitecure.

Kevin Amorin, CISSP
Sr. Security & Network Engineer
KAmorin at Harvard.edu
JFK School of Government
Harvard University

unisog-bounces at lists.sans.org wrote on 02/14/2006 01:13:14 PM:

> Hello,
>         We are considering implementation of NAC appliance /
> framework in our organization.
> As we can see along with CISCO a lot of other vendors have come up
> with Lan Security Solutions.
> http://www.cisco.com/web/partners/pr46/nac/partners.html
> But no specific information as to how much its accepted in the
> industry is available.
> Infonetics has published future growth prospectus for NAC
> http://www.infonetics.com/resources/purple.shtml?ms06.nac.nr.shtml
>  but examples of implementation in fortune 500 or large enterprises
> is not available.
> If any one can point to:
> 1.Statistics of NAC implementation
> 2.Related case studies or
> 3. Usefulness of NAC in his organization
>  Will be a great factor on deciding the implementation.
> Thanks in advance.
> Regards,
> Sandip
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