Wired and Wireless Policy-based Network Security

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Download Many companies embracing a "wireless first" approach to networking are creating a chasm between wired and wireless network security. This has led to two sets of policies, processes, and controls for network security, resulting in vulnerabilities and operational overhead. To prepare for new IT initiatives like IoT, which will introduce thousands of new devices connecting to both wired and wireless, CISOs must address these issues with a strategy for wired and wireless policy-based network security.

In this whitepaper, Enterprise Strategy Group reviews why network security is getting more difficult and approaches to stopping these threats in the digital workplace.

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