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Client End Point Scan
From: infosec () ampsecurity com
Date: Thu, 3 Nov 2011 13:52:05 GMT

We have a group that is looking to adopt a bring your own computer (byoc) program, the client obviously has concerns on 
how they could enforce their minimum requirements (i.e. AV/Firewall protection, full patched system, OS, Memory/CPU if 
possible, etc.).  Their co-workers would connect over an SSL VPN and it sounds like an Endpoint Analysis solution is 
what they need.

Could anyone offer any suggestions on a solution?

Also, if an employee attempts to connect and does not meet the minimum requirements the client would like to return 
prompt on why the system is restricted from connecting.

Thanks!
 

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