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Raising the Bar on Device Classification

The device landscape on enterprise networks has evolved from a static set of laptops, workstations and servers to a diverse mix of mobile, BYOD, IoT and OT devices, as well as virtual machines. Many of these devices are transient and come and go with increasing frequency. Without continuous visibility and classification of connected devices, it’s impossible to establish an accurate device inventory or an in-depth understanding of device risk profiles. This visibility gap is being targeted by bad actors to gain a foothold on the network and access sensitive information or cause business disruption.

Join us to learn how the ForeScout platform helps organizations classify devices across their extended enterprise. Gain insight into the new capabilities of CounterACT 8, including:

• Real-time, granular auto-classification of enterprise devices without relying on agents
• Device profile updates from ForeScout Device Cloud, a crowd-sourced repository of IoT device insight from more than 500 real-world customer environments
• Extending built-in classification capabilities to create your own custom classification policies
Recorded May 15 2018 46 mins
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