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Olson discovered additional problems associated with segmenting LVRJ's interior networks with VLANs.
Because there are so many disparate users accessing LVRJ's network, including reporters, sales staff, administrators and freelancers, Olson tried implementing roaming profiles in order to allow any user to log on to a workstation.
To address these issues, the LVRJ selected the ConSentry Networks' CS2400 Secure LAN Controller (SLC).
Described by Olson as "snap-in" devices because of their ease of deployment, the SLC leverages LVRJ's existing authentication and identity-management systems to significantly augment and preserve previous security investments.
Rather than having to set up complex VLANs for these disparate users with differing network access rights and policies, LVRJ uses the SLC to centrally enforce specific user policies from its inline vantage point close to users.
Maintaining real-time views into individual user activity is central to LVRJ's approach to LAN security.