Sepio, the leader in Hardware Access Control announced the availability of its HAC-1 solution in the Microsoft Azure Marketplace, an online store that provides applications and services for use on Azure. Sepio customers can now take advantage of the productive and trusted Azure cloud platform, with streamlined deployment and management.
Sepio’s Hardware Access Control platform is designed to discover all devices operating over network and USB interfaces and it provides visibility, control, and mitigation to insider threat, bring-your-own device (BYOD), IT, OT, and IoT security programs. The HAC-1 solution available in Azure Marketplace works with Microsoft Outlook to provide visibility of all hardware assets, full control through predefined policies, and rogue device mitigation (RDM), among other capabilities. Sepio’s hardware fingerprinting technology discovers managed, unmanaged, and hidden devices that are otherwise invisible to other security tools.
Further, the solution helps contractors comply with CMMC requirements and addresses concerns from Section 889 of the NDAA relating to new restrictions on the procurement of telecommunications equipment and services based on ties to certain entities, expanding the federal contractor list of forbidden products.
Existing solutions rely on data gathered and analyzed from L2 to L7 – leaving L1, the Physical Layer unattended. Sepio’s HAC-1 control solution focuses on bridging this visibility gap by analyzing L1 data, uncovering all connected assets, and verifying their true identity so you can confidently trust them. MAC-less devices, unmanaged assets, spoofing and legitimate devices – You will see it ALL.