“Network access control solution by the mikado soft for the protection of data abuse and data theft open interfaces for the integration of other management systems in the IT organization in Berlin, 5th of July 2011 – with the ITIL-oriented alignment of their NAC solution macmon” which created mikado soft conditions in Berlin for optimal service conditions in the security management. So the product has ITIL compliant interfaces to help desk systems and the change management, but also to other infrastructure systems. This will results in efficient processes in the Organization of the company as well as catered for at all times transparent documentation. ITIL has prevailed in IT service management in the meantime and there has become the established standard for the process design. Therefore also a NAC solutions to internalize this framework there is a need”, mikado’s managing director Wolfgang Durr is justified. This demand however, open interfaces such as macmon”widely offer, so a simple integration into other IT Management systems is possible.
NAC helps support the ITIL processes to reduce operating costs and optimization of service processes”, he refers to the operational and economic benefits. In addition, the network access control system to protect against data abuse offers but still priceless added value for the Organization, because the companies get clarity, which components are connected to their corporate networks at all. For this purpose macmon access’ asset management and tracking capabilities, the security system provided comprehensive belong to. The ITIL compliant process independently is the network and it infrastructure systems, therefore the complete transparency of these components causes also a valuable aid for the entire ITIL concepts”, Durr refers to the complementary benefits of NAC solution by mikado. macmon”is installed in a few hours and aims to ensure that the prevention of data theft and abuse in the Companies only such devices have access to resources that are explicitly approved and meet a defined standard of security.