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The performance of enterprise wireless has evolved to the point where secure Wi-Fi has replaced wired Ethernet as the network connection of choice. Organizations need the right mobile infrastructure to support the mobility demand to stay connected securely at all times. NetFortris Multi-Purpose Wi-Fi extends the secure corporate network environment to wireless devices over one commonly-shared Wi-Fi network.

Pulse Policy Secure (PPS) is a next-gen NAC that enables organizations to gain complete visibility, understand their security posture, and enforce roles-based access and endpoint security policy for network user, guest and IoT devices. Leveraging core network, mobile and security infrastructure integrations, Pulse NAC solution can streamline endpoint compliance and remediation, BYOD onboarding and IoT security, as well as automate threat response to mitigate malware, rogue device, unauthorized access and data leakage risks.

Pulse Policy Secure is a full featured NAC that has been designed for easy deployment, convenient scalability and rapid time-to-value. Through configuration and policy creation wizards, PPS empowers administrators to simply define, implement and enforce policy with the flexibility to enable endpoint discovery, monitoring or alerting or invoke strong enforcement. Organizations gain Zero Trust access capabilities using contextual data such as user, role, device, security posture, location and behavior. Enterprises can expand coverage employing PPS extensive management, robust interoperability, high-performance appliance capabilities.

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NetFortris Secure Wi-Fi is ranked 19th in Network Access Control while Pulse Policy Secure is ranked 8th in Network Access Control with 1 review. NetFortris Secure Wi-Fi is rated 0.0, while Pulse Policy Secure is rated 7.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Pulse Policy Secure writes "Has documentation available and can integrate with other vendors, however it's not a straightforward setup". NetFortris Secure Wi-Fi is most compared with , whereas Pulse Policy Secure is most compared with Aruba ClearPass, Forescout Platform, Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine), Fortinet FortiNAC and Genian NAC.

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