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Tempered Networks extends reach of NAC software
Tempered Networks has extended the reach of its network access control technology. The company has introduced NAC software for IoT, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure.
Tempered Networks, a maker of network access control for a wide variety of devices, has extended its technology...
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to Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, Linux servers and additional IoT endpoints.
Tempered, which introduced the latest enhancements this week, has developed NAC software based on the Host Identity Protocol (HIP), a technology developed by a working group within the Internet Engineering Task Force. A HIP network replaces all IP addresses with cryptographic host identifiers that are resistant to denial-of-service and man-in-the-middle attacks.
Tempered has created a HIP wrapper that lets customers manage large numbers of devices through a product the vendor calls a
The latest improvements to the Tempered product portfolio includes a version of
Also new is the
Finally, Tempered introduced a product called
The complete Tempered platform includes central software the vendor calls the conductor, which is akin to a software-defined networking controller. Customers use the product's user interface to whitelist everything attached to
Tempered sells its products via annual subscription, based on the number of products deployed. Fees for