When policy and access control are discussed, there’s usually an immediate association with wireless and unmanaged devices such as smartphones and IoT devices. As these devices are often used outside of the workplace and normally connect over the air, policy controls and device profiling efforts have been solely focused on wireless access. This has led to wired access controls being overshadowed or not configured at all, leading to security gaps in many organizations. And as IT Security experts are well aware, networks are only as strong as their weakest link.
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