How To Achieve Secured Wired and Wireless Networks

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The access layer offers the broadest attack surface in an enterprise’s network. It supports all network connectivity (via both wired Ethernet switches and wireless access points) for employees, contractors, and guests—as well as Internet-of Things (IoT) devices. With ever-increasing numbers of devices connecting to networks each day, ensuring access layer security becomes a critical need. And with remote working becoming a new standard during the COVID-19 pandemic (and even beyond), proper security to mitigate access layer attacks has never been more important.

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