Sunday, October 17, 2004

Cisco and Microsoft Join Forces on Security

Cisco Systems and Microsoft announced that they are working to share and integrate their respective security and health assurance technologies. Specifically, the companies said they will share information about their technologies to help drive an approach to solution-compatibility between Cisco Network Admissions Control (NAC) and Microsoft Network Access Protection (NAP), their respective approaches for providing endpoint security and health -policy compliance when accessing network resources. The companies will then work toward interoperability efforts between the NAC and NAP architectures, as these solutions evolve and are delivered to customers.


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