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Network and Remote Access Control

Fortifying your digital perimeter

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Elevate your security posture against rising threats.

As organizations settle into the “new norm” of remote workers, it’s important to remember that cybercriminals have adapted as well, tweaking their attack methods and tools accordingly.

Most successful cyberattacks still originate at the endpoint, and organizations are tasked with keeping end-user devices secure regardless of where or how they are being used. This challenge transcends most verticals and business types and includes any organization with a remote workforce.

SHI’s network access control (NAC) and remote access control (RAC) solutions help ensure all of these devices work seamlessly to produce a positive end-user experience, while maintaining a secure working environment. We can establish your current inventory, create a roadmap leveraging both internal engineering resources and manufacturer knowledge, and help your organization build a full security practice outside of firewalls — ensuring the most secure, robust, and cost-effective posture.

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Authentication and authorization

Rigorous identity verification and authorization protocols are the bedrock of access control. Only authenticated users and devices should be permitted access to your network resources.

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Network visibility

In a world where you can’t secure what you can’t see, comprehensive network visibility is non-negotiable. It provides insights into network traffic and connected devices, enabling early threat detection.

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Policy enforcement

Clearly defined security policies dictate access privileges and rules. These policies need to be rigorously enforced to ensure the consistency and efficacy of your access control measures.

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Endpoint security

Secure your organization’s devices with endpoint security, a critical first line of defense. This practice ensures connected devices meet minimum security standards, including the presence of antivirus software, firewall settings, and up-to-date operating systems.

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Logging and monitoring

Maintain meticulous logs of network and remote access activities. Real-time monitoring is essential for detecting suspicious behavior and responding swiftly to threats.

Leverage SHI’s ecosystem of top partners.

SHI and our industry-leading partnerships will help you navigate the challenges ahead.

Spotlight on customer success

See how our teams and partners help organizations like yours achieve superior business and security outcomes.

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Case study

National law firm adopts winning endpoint defense with SHI and SentinelOne 

When one of the largest injury law firms in the U.S. learned their cyber insurance required a robust modernization of their endpoint security strategy, their IT security team needed to identify the best solution to support a rapidly growing, nationwide team of 3,000+ employees — and fast.

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Case study

Growing healthcare provider offers specialized care with a simplified security solution 

A large healthcare provider underwent major changes, requiring a simplified cybersecurity solution to consolidate their sister companies and ease their growth, despite time constraints and expiring technology solutions.

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Case study

Healthcare research firm unveils master-planned campus with state-of-the-art data center 

A customer planned to consolidate four sites into a single 170,000-square-foot headquarters, and needed assistance with design, configuration, and implementation of a comprehensive network security solution to support 1,200 employees.

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Case study

Global bedding company settles into new UK head office with seamless SHI support 

A global bedding manufacturing company based in the U.S. wanted to open a new UK head office and required a partner to act as their local 'eyes and ears.'

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