The shift to working remotely has raised security challenges for organizations, particularly as they work to gain visibility into the myriad of devices now attached to their networks. Network Access Control (NAC) solutions are getting renewed focus in security conversations. But what is NAC, what does it do, and why do you need it?
Thursday, June 4th, 2020
12 PM CST
Network Access Controls and Why You Need Them
Join Mindsight’s Security Practice Leader, Mishaal Khan, and Fortinet’s Solution Architect, Jeff Sadecky, in an information-packed 45-minute virtual event that will delve into NAC solutions and why NAC should be a critical component in every security strategy.
Specifically, Mishaal and Jeff will cover:
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***Available to the first 25 registrants***
Mishaal Khan, Cybersecurity Solutions Architect and Certified Ethical Hacker - Mindsight
Mishaal has been breaking and – thankfully – rebuilding computers for as long as he can remember. As a Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH), CCIE R&S, Security Practitioner, and Certified Social Engineer Pentester, Khan offers insight into the often murky world of cybersecurity. Khan brings a multinational perspective to the business security posture, and he has consulted with SMBs, schools, government institutions, and global enterprises, seeking to spread awareness in security, privacy, and open source intelligence.
Jeff Sadecky, Solution Architect - Fortinet
Jeff is NSE 1-7 certified and a frequent contributor to Fortinet webinars and training events. He has over 25 years in the IT Networking and Security industry and a deep understanding of how security solutions need to encompass all components of a business environment. Jeff is also listed in the CCIE hall of fame (#7901) having held an active CCIE certification for over 10 years.