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Based on the H3C Intelligent Management Center (IMC) platform, Endpoint Admission Defense (EAD) minimizes network vulnerabilities by integrating security policy management and endpoint posture assessment to identify and isolate risks at the network edge.
The IMC EAD security policy component enables administrators to control endpoint admission based on identity and the posture of the endpoint. If the endpoint is not compliant with required software packages and updates, network assets can be protected by blocking or isolating endpoints' access. Additionally, non-intrusive actions such as endpoint monitoring and notification can be enabled.
EAD reduces the risk of malicious code infecting your network or other security breaches by detecting endpoint patches, viruses, Address Resolution Protocol (ARP) attacks, abnormal traffic, installation and running of sensitive software, as well as the status of system services. To ensure continued security, EAD provides continual monitoring of each endpoint's traffic, installed software, running processes and registry changes.