As the breadth and complexity of devices in the network continues to grow, many organisations are struggling to address their expanding attack surface. With more smart devices than ever, and the emergence of Internet of Things (IoT) the demand for network access has outpaced critical security and compliance best practices in favour of improved operational efficiencies and business outcomes.
With this shift, IT and security teams are often unaware when, where and what types of new devices are being connected to the network. This lack of visibility prevents them from implementing key security and compliance safeguards.
Best practices would require that each new device be onboarded and assigned a policy, but IT is often caught off guard
With Aruba ClearPass, you get agentless visibility and dynamic role-based access control for seamless security enforcement and response across your wired and wireless networks.
Aruba ClearPass is available in three forms:
Automate BYOD provisioning and provide secure logins for a wide range of devices. The ClearPass Onboard Portal dynamically detects a device’s operating system and guides the user through the appropriate steps.
Automatically remediate or quarantine endpoints that violate corporate security and compliance policies. Centrally view the online status of all devices from the ClearPass Policy Manager Platform.
Implement secure guest access and create a customised web portal using your own brand. Leverage unique features such as sponsor approval, credential delivery or usage policies via email or text.
As the IoT grows larger, Aruba ClearPass will be critical in ensuring every device that accesses the corporate network is tracked and managed appropriately.
With ClearPass, IT can use context collected during onboarding to enforce device type and ownership-based network access policies. Centrally-defined policies also limit the types of devices that can be on-boarded and define which user groups can onboard devices.
Why Customers buy Aruba ClearPass?
Low Touch Onboarding
Automatically give users permission to self-configure their personal devices. The ClearPass Onboard portal dynamically detects a device’s operating system and guides the user through the appropriate steps. This provides an incredibly simple way to configure wireless, wired and VPN settings, apply unique per device certificates and profiles and ensure that users can securely connect their devices to 802.1X-enabled networks with minimal IT interaction
Simple Easy Guest Wi-Fi
ClearPass Guest makes it easy and efficient for staff to create temporary network access accounts for any number of guests per day. MAC caching also ensures that guests can easily connect throughout the day without repeatedly entering credentials on the guest portal.
Prevent Suspicious Activity
Network events can prompt firewalls, SIEM and other tools to inform ClearPass to act on a device by triggering actions in a bidirectional manner. For example, if a user fails network authentication multiple times, ClearPass can trigger a notification message directly to the device or blacklist the device from accessing the network.
Complete Endpoint Visibility
ClearPass Policy Manager allows IT to centrally manage health-check settings and policies. IT also has the ability to view endpoint activity, including user and device data for each device that connects using OnGuard agents.
Better Troubleshooting and Reporting
ClearPass Onboard increases the amount of usable context for troubleshooting user- and device-based policies and compliance reporting per device. This allows Helpdesk to quickly understand conflicts and improves the user experience.