Complete and accurate visibility into network and peripheral devices is crucial. Network visibility is a foundational element of an IT organization. As devices exponentially increase, enterprises struggle to know with full confidence what is connected to their network. Traditional visibility tools use Layer 2 (MAC) and Layer 3 (TCP/IP) network data to discover and identify their devices. This is problematic as at Layers 2 and above, devices without a digital existence, such as passive taps, unmanaged switches, MiTM attack tools or ‘spoofed’ devices go undetected. Enterprises lack 100% visibility. Absent of an examination of Layer 1, IT organizations do not have all of the information necessary to mitigate risk coming from their hardware infrastructure – you cant secure what you can’t see.
Find out how our HAC-1 can help you with your visibility, policy enforcement, and Rogue Device Mitigation challenges.
Firstly, it is crucial to understand why Hardware Assets Control solution is necessary for organizations.
Sepio’s Hardware Access Control HAC-1, provides 100% hardware device visibility.
Moreover, HAC-1 enables Hardware Access Control by setting rules based on the devices characteristics.
Additionally, HAC-1 instantly detects any devices which breach the set rules and automatically block them to prevent malicious attacks.
Lastly, the idea is to Verify and then Trust that those assets are what they say they are.
Sepio’s HAC-1 brings the ultimate solution to zero trust adoption by providing complete network and peripheral visibility.
Moreover, with greater visibility, the zero-trust architecture can grant access decisions with complete information.
Thus, enhancing the enterprise’s protection within, and outside of, its traditional perimeters.
Additionally, the Hardware Access Control capabilities of HAC-1, block Rogue Devices as soon as they are detected
Further, HAC-1 stop an attack at the first instance, not even allowing such devices to make network access requests.
Lastly, HAC-1 is here to protect Government Agencies and the nation’s critical infrastructure
Embracing Zero Trust Hardware Access in critical infrastructure is key.