Month: August 2018

Network Access Control

Network Access Control (NAC) attempts to combine end-station security with network security and authentication. It is used to control access to a network via policies and protocols. These include when the policies are applied whether before or after accessing the network as well as how information about the device accessing it is obtained.

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7 Deadly Sins of Coding

The 7 deadly sins are useful metaphors for dysfunctional software development behavior patterns that you probably see around you every day. These tendencies are not only instructive in noticing bad behavior from others, but more importantly, in noticing it in yourself.

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