Aruba ClearPass against Cyber Threats
Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise company (NYSE:HPE), has announced that Aruba ClearPass is the first in the cybersecurity industry to be awarded Common Criteria certification for a network access control (NAC) solution, under both the Network Device collaborative Protection Profile1 and the Extended Package for Authentication Servers2 modules. ClearPass is also the industry’s first NAC solution to receive certification as an authentication server.
Aruba ClearPass is designed for this new era of threats and it was awarded Common Criteria certification for the Network Device Collaborative Protection Profile after completing tests focused on a set of demanding security requirements that mitigate a series of well-defined threats. Tests replicate real-world threat situations covering all aspects of access control including encryption, physical security, certificate validation, and processing, along with TLS/SSL processing. NDcPP represents a security baseline for any network-connected device or system.
Aruba ClearPass is a proven network access control and policy management cybersecurity solution that can discover, profile, authenticate, and authorize any network access, on wired or wireless networks, including for BYOD and IoT devices. Its position as network gatekeeper enables both secure network access as well as accelerated attack response. It can be integrated with the Aruba IntroSpect UEBA behavioral analytics solution and can also be deployed on any vendor’s network.
Sold as a stand-alone appliance or as software only, ClearPass with the new CC certification is available now.
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