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The Perfect Balance of Flexibility, Scalability, and Security


The Protection You’ve Been Looking for


Cisco BioMed NAC Solution takes advantage of Cisco Medical-Grade Network (MGN) technology to enable a flexible, scalable, highly secure, and reliable network. Based on proven Cisco NAC technology and products, this solution allows network administrators to authenticate, authorize, evaluate, and remediate wired, wireless, and remote users and certain devices prior to network access. Architected to coexist with traditional NAC features, the solution provides an additional focus on testing of identified biomedical medical device endpoints and specific features designed for healthcare environments.


J Automatically isolate and protect identified biomedical devices from other hosts on the IP network to meet security standards and protect network performance


J Deliver real-time inventory and asset-tracking capabilities to a myriad of endpoint devices


J Allow more mobility for devices to be brought to the patient and improve patient care and efficiency


J Reduce overall operational expenses by automating device access control and monitoring


Build a Network Without Borders


Catalyst 2960-S Series Switches, as part of the Cisco BioMed NAC Solution, enable applications such as IP telephony, wireless, and video to be added to any infrastructure. These enterprise-class switches provide a borderless network experience that is easy to use and upgrade, as well as highly secure, sustainable, and available.


J Up to 48 Gigabit Ethernet ports J Optional Power over Ethernet Plus (PoE+) with up to 30W per port J Available with (4) 1Gb SFP or (2) 10GbE SFP+ uplinks J Supports Cisco FlexStack stacking for ease of operation J Save power with Enhanced Cisco EnergyWise technology J Performs automatic configuration by device type J Provides superior Layer 2 threat defense capabilities and basic Layer 3 static routing with 16 routes J Lifetime warranty


Take Charge of Your Connectivity Mission Control


Cisco NAC Appliance 3315 Managers allow you to define a policy for the entire network, as well as the related remediation packages necessary for recovery. The management console controls the Cisco NAC Servers and network switches from a central interface.


J Available in 3 sizes to manage from 20 to 40 Cisco NAC Servers or up to 80 Cisco NAC Network Modules


J Identifies whether networked devices such as notebooks, desktops, and other corporate assets are compliant with an organization’s security policies


J Repairs vulnerabilities before permitting access to the network J Establishes roles, checks, rules, and policies


J Allows network administrators to authenticate, authorize, evaluate, and remediate wired, wireless, and remote users and their machines prior to allowing users onto the network


Cisco NAC Appliance 3315 Servers identify whether networked devices such as notebooks, desktops, and other assets are compliant with an organization’s security policies. They also repair vulnerabilities before permitting access to the network.


J Prevents unauthorized access and protects your information assets


J Helps proactively mitigate network threats J Addresses vulnerabilities on user machines


J Brings you significant cost savings by automatically tracking, repairing, and updating client machines


J Recognizes and categorizes users and their devices before malicious code can cause damage


J Evaluates security policy compliance based on user type, device type, and operating system


J Enforces security policies by blocking, isolating, and repairing non-compliant machines in a quarantine area without needing administrator attention


Call your Account Manager today to learn more about the Cisco BioMed Solution. 6 IT for healthcare™


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