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  • "For our tier group, for one year, the cost is probably around $10,000 for the license. If you do multi-year, you could get two years, and you could get it for about $8,000 per year. If you do three years, you get it around $7,000 a year."
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    Top Answer:It is very easy to scale the product.
    Top Answer:The solution is a bit expensive. It could offer better pricing. For our tier group, for one year, the cost is probably around $10,000 for the license. If you do multi-year, you could get two years… more »
    Top Answer:The solution would be much better if it offered self-service onboarding. We'd like to have more granular visibility into the devices that are on the network. It's a bit pricey as a product.
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    SafeConnect provides the ability to automate the enforcement of security compliance and network access control policies (based on identity, device type, location, and ownership), and gathers a wealth of real-time and historical context-aware device data so you can make more informed and intelligent decisions.

    Tempered Networks leverages the Host Identity Protocol (HIP), a ratified open standard network security protocol recognized possibly the next big change in IP architecture. HIP enables a paradigm shift in networking that solves the broken trust model in IP networking by separating the role of an IP address as both host identity and location, where hosts are identified using permanent, location-independent cryptographic identities (CID). Now security is built-in from the beginning with verifiable authentication and end-to-end encryption.

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    May 2022
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    Impulse Point SafeConnect is ranked 10th in Network Access Control (NAC) with 1 review while Tempered Networks is ranked 15th in Network Access Control (NAC). Impulse Point SafeConnect is rated 8.0, while Tempered Networks is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Impulse Point SafeConnect writes "Easy to scale, enforces policies well, and has responsive technical support". On the other hand, Impulse Point SafeConnect is most compared with Forescout Platform, Cisco ISE (Identity Services Engine) and Aruba ClearPass, whereas Tempered Networks is most compared with Cisco IOS Security and Darktrace.

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