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Identity Based Networking is an integrated solution combining several technologies that offer authentication, access control, and user policies to secure network connectivity and resources , maintaining security throughout device mobility.
Using technologies such as IEEE 802.1X and AAA (such as Radius), it does provide the ability of
• Creating user or group profiles with policies that define trust relationships between users and network resources allows organizations to easily authenticate, authorize, and account for all users of wired or wireless networks.
• Securing network connectivity and resources--Because policies are associated with users and not physical ports, users obtain more mobility and freedom, and IT administration is simplified.
The author will describe how Identity-Based Networking increases the security of physical and logical access to an enterprise network that is built on the IEEE 802.1X standard which will be described as well as dot1X extensions.
It allows the network administrator to implement true identity-based network access control and policy enforcement at the user and port levels. It provides user and device identification using secure and reliable strong authentication technologies. This solution associates identified entities with policies.

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This presentation is part of session "Mobility I" which starts at Wednesday, June 9 @ 11:00

 


   
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