Users and their devices are the most vulnerable parts of any network, and that makes their protection a critical priority for any organization.
Identity access management is one of the most challenging aspects of any network administrator’s job. Not only do employees, partners and clients require secure access to your network and related systems from any location at any time, but so do all of their endpoints, which can include laptops, tablets, phones, Internet of Things (IoT) devices and other elements.
Sentinel’ identity access and endpoint SecuritySelect™ solutions help ensure that only authorized users and devices have the ability to view and engage with sensitive data, applications and important resources. We work closely with your organization to establish a centralized system that enables easier and more secure access management while also defending against breaches and other malicious attacks that may come through those channels.
Sentinel offers the following identity access and endpoint security solutions:
Host Intrusion Detection System (HIDS)
An agent is installed on your local host that monitors and analyzes system information and application activity to quickly identify any malicious activity
Cisco Identity Services Engine (ISE)
Advanced unified access and visibility for all endpoints (on site, mobile, IoT) throughout your organization, making it easier to manage and secure your enterprise network
Network Access Controls (NAC)
Create security policies for your network that require devices to comply with administrator-defined levels of anti-virus protection, system update and configuration prior to granting access to data and other resources
Cisco Secure Access Control System (ACS)
A security policy management platform that combines authentication, authorization, posture assessment, profiling and guest user services to facilitate simpler and more consistent administration
Protect your technology from new vulnerabilities and malicious code by establishing a patch management program that consistently applies relevant software and system security updates
Mobile Device Management (MDM)
Laptops, tablets, smartphones and other IoT devices used in the workplace need their own security and integration procedures to deliver protection and enable access to those that need it
Data Loss Prevention (DLP)
Real-time scanning and monitoring across all platforms and endpoints tracks where confidential data goes and how it is used in order to avert breaches and losses
Keep your devices safe from viruses, malware, spyware and other online threats using the latest and most comprehensive protection software and protocols
Host Intrusion Prevention System (IPS)
An agent is installed on your local host that blocks and removes any unauthorized users or malicious activity using a set of automated actions