Compare Impulse Point SafeConnect vs. InfoExpress Network Access Control

Impulse Point SafeConnect is ranked 10th in Network Access Control while InfoExpress Network Access Control is ranked 12th in Network Access Control. Impulse Point SafeConnect is rated 0, while InfoExpress Network Access Control is rated 0. On the other hand, Impulse Point SafeConnect is most compared with Aruba ClearPass, Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) and ForeScout CounterACT, whereas InfoExpress Network Access Control is most compared with ForeScout CounterACT and Aruba ClearPass.
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Overview

SafeConnect provides the ability to automate the enforcement of security compliance and network access control policies (based on identity, device type, location, and ownership), and gathers a wealth of real-time and historical context-aware device data so you can make more informed and intelligent decisions.

InfoExpress offers a family of appliances to meet different NAC requirements. All appliances support enforcement that secures access for mobile, desktop, and IOT devices without network changes, while supporting a core set of features.

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