Identity Access Control recognizes when devices attempt access to wired, wireless, or VPN networks and provides self-provisioning guest access management as well as agentless device profiling, user authentication, non-browser device enrollment, and real-time contextual intelligence reporting. This is an ideal solution for customers that require context-aware device visibility (identity/role, device type profiling, location, IP/MAC Address, and ownership/liability).
Identity Access Control includes a complete guest user system that provides guests with time-based temporary credentials. These credentials can also be set to provide guests with access to only specific resources.
This function is “self-service,” meaning a guest simply visits a welcome page and requests their temporary credentials. A user name and password is then sent via email and SMS (which offers one-touch access for ease of use). Click Here to watch a short video which shows our Guest Self-Registration process in real time.
The dashboard provides a complete listing of all the guests who have authenticated, as well as when their credentials are set to expire. A particularly notable feature is the ability to keep users with directory credentials from accessing the guest network. In this way, guest users stay on the guest network and employees stay on the main network.
Guest User Self Provisioning allows guest access without help desk support by allowing administrators to configure multiple guest self-provisioning profiles to control access; approval and notification; and guest account duration requirements. Administrators can choose from one of four approval methods, depending on the level of control required and the requirements of each profile:
To request a demonstration of Identity Access Control, please complete the form on this page. A representative will contact you to arrange for the demonstration and discuss how we might be able to help your guest users register themselves without help desk involvement.