Portnox White Paper
The Top 5 Most Common Network Access Control Pitfalls
Organizations often fail to implement strong authentication protocols for network access. Weak or default passwords, lack of multi-factor authentication (MFA), and reliance on outdated authentication methods can make it easier for attackers to gain unauthorized access.
Failure to properly segment network resources can increase the impact of a security breach. Organizations should segment their networks into distinct zones and apply appropriate access controls between them. Without proper segmentation, a compromise in one area of the network can potentially spread throughout the entire infrastructure...