CounterACT - license - up to 2500 devices copper

Mfg.Part: CT2000/A | CDW Part: 2840416 | UNSPSC: 43232901
Availability: 7-9 days Orders placed today will ship within 7-9 days
$63,087.99 Advertised Price
Advertised Price
Lease Option ($1794.22/month)
Note: Leasing is available to businesses only. Leasing is not available to individuals.
Product Details
  • License
  • up to 2500 devices copper
  • Win
View Full Product Details
Better Together
Quick View
Total Price:

Product Overview

Main Features
  • License
  • up to 2500 devices copper
  • Win
Industry analysts have called CounterACT one of the most advanced network sensors in the industry. It reveals who and what is connected to your network with pinpoint accuracy, and continuously monitors for changes. CounterACT has been lauded as the most effective, people-friendly and productivity-enabling NAC solution on the market. It automates network access and brings devices into security policy compliance without disrupting the user.

Deploys outside of the switch and monitors network traffic as a mirror to the switch port. Patented threat prevention engine protects the network against zero-day self-propagating threats and helps to ensure that every device that attempts to attach to the network is free of viruses and malware.

Leverages and supports all existing IT infrastructure investments. Integrates with all major enterprise switches, both 802.1x and non-802.1x. It provides complete User-to-IP-to-Switch-to-Switch-Port mapping. It pinpoints location, user identity (LDAP->authentication) and endpoint system status. It leverages the switch's built-in security mechanism including VLAN assignment and switch post-blocking.

Detects and protects any device with an IP address without the need for a client residing on each endpoint. This includes the detection of devices like VoIP phones, printers, healthcare equipment, manufacturing machinery, etc. Persistent, multi-platform client delivers added peripheral protection for guest/contractor laptops and can be used to detect and disable portable data storage devices such as USB memory sticks on a per-policy basis.