corporate network access management 

Integration between network access services and FAMOC provides necessary insight into the posture of mobile devices so that companies can enforce appropriate network access policies as required by their IT organizations. With FAMOC, it is possible restrict access exclusively to the compliant devices, preventing unmanaged and potentially insecure clients from accessing sensitive network resources.


Integration with CISCO Identity Services Engine (ISE) offers the following advantages:

  • Central visibility and control of devices that want to access the corporate network
  • Pre-established role-based policies for all devices: corporate-owned, employee owned or guest-owned
  • Deny or restrict access in the event of a security breach (MDM was uninstalled, the device was jailbroken or rooted etc.)
  • Device and mobility support expanding beyond smartphones and tablets


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