AUSTIN, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mirage Networks(R), developers of award-winning Network Access Control (NAC) technology, stated today that it is experiencing a spike in demand across the higher education vertical as students return to school for the fall semester.


IT managers at institutions of higher learning are taking preventive action against network security threats and vulnerabilities. These threats are inherent in networks consisting of dispersed, unmanaged and out-of-policy users.


The Pennsylvania State University, The Thomas Cooley Law School, Lafayette College and The University of Tokyo are among more than 50 higher education...

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