Gain overview, convenience & security in your network
With macmon NAC, you always see what devices are on your network. macmon offers efficient monitoring of your PCs, printers, laptops as well as medical, technical and other devices, whilst protecting them against unauthorised access. Guest and employee devices (BYOD) can be granted easy and secure access with the dynamic management of the network segments. Besides immediate network transparency for LAN and WiFi, macmon NAC also enables you to adhere to current IT security standards (among others ISO 27001). The solution can be implemented within one day and without any changes to your existing infrastructure. With our experienced team of developers and our first class support in Germany, we are the expert partner at your side at all times.
1. SERVICE ENGINEER
An impostor disguised as a service engineer replaces a printer with sensitive data on the hard drive and steals your data.
2. DOCKING STATION
An unknown user connects his notebook to a company docking station and gains full unrestricted access to the network.
3. ARP SPOOFING
A secret agent gains access to the network via ARP Spoofing or MAC Spoofing.
4. EXTERNAL EMPLOYEE
An external employee connects his notebook via LAN or WiFi to the company network.
5. INTRODUCED MALWARE
Malware sent via e-mail by an unknown source infects the endpoint device and spreads within the network.
An employee is moving internally to another office and needs access to the assigned resources.
An external user connects his endpoint device to a port usually used by a printer.
The administrator gets a complete overview of the network across many office sites by visualizing the network components.
9. INTERNET RADIO
An employee at work listens to his internet radio connected to the company WiFi.
Provide full network access to notebooks and PCs with VOIP telephone switches
11. COMPUTER WAS NOT SHUTDOWN
Employees present a security risk when they do not properly shut down their PCs, but their monitors.
12. GUEST DEVICE
A visitor registers his tablet and mobile phone via the Guest Portal in the network.