Security analyst firm the Ogren Group today released its vendor market forecast and market analysis security report Network Access Control: A Strong Resurgence is Underway.
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The ability to detect and characterize users and devices connecting to the network, and enforce security policies based on real-time assessments, is a huge benefit for enterprises requiring security and compliance for mobile users. The NAC roots of segmenting guests and unhealthy endpoints from sensitive data is fueling growth with BYOD and wireless initiatives along with demands for continuous endpoint compliance.
The NAC market has not only revived, but is experiencing a strong resurgence - the Ogren Group estimated the market for Network Access Control products and services was $392 million in 2012, and predicts it will grow at a 22% CAGR to $1,061 million by 2017. Cisco, ForeScout, and Juniper combined represent over 70% market share and are the clear leaders in the NAC market.
Security Report Summary
The Ogren Group interviewed major vendors and security officers at large organizations in examining the Network Access Control market. This Security Report presents the features, market strategy, future directions, and recommended vendors for NAC. In addition to Cisco, ForeScout, and Juniper, the Security Report also profiles
Aruba, Bradford, StillSecure, and TrustWave. The report structure is:
Economic Drivers of NAC Resurgence
Technical Drivers of NAC Resurgence
Noteworthy NAC Features
Noteworthy NAC Weaknesses
Selected Vendor Profiles
Network Infrastructure Vendors
Software Infrastructure Vendors
Niche NAC Vendors
Directions and Predictions
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