Factors for Consideration when Implementing Network Access Control (NAC) Solutions for Small and Medium Sized Businesses (SMBs)
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Implementing network access controls (NAC) requires an awareness of various factors pertaining to information authentication, security, and access. Selected literature published between 1990 and 2009 is examined, based on three factors for consideration: assessment, scope of implementation, and costs. The outcome presents guidelines for small and medium sized businesses in the areas of governance, stratagem, and budgetary impacts. Selected annotated references are provided to emphasize best practices and security framework models currently in use.