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Network Access Control - Live Chat Session - Thursday, March 18 at 2pm ET / 11am PT

by ‎03-05-2010 10:16 AM - edited ‎03-09-2010 12:56 PM


You're Invited - Live Chat Session

Please join us for a live chat session with subject matter experts to answer your questions on Network Access Control and Remote Access in the Federal environment.

Thursday, March 18, 2010
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm ET

During this live chat, we'll address a number of topics including:

  • How to guarantee only Government Furnished Equipment (GFE) accesses the network
  • How to authenticate local or remote connections to your infrastructure using CAC/PIV cards or other credentials
  • Role-based authorization and single sign-on
  • How to validate host-based firewalls and antivirus software before access
  • Benefits of applying NAC and end system compliance in your networks
  • Real-life examples of how customers use NAC

Please feel free to submit your chat questions ahead of time by sending an email to



Step 1: Make sure you sign-up for J-Net:

  1. Make sure you create an account in our J-Net Community 24 hours prior to the event
  2. Once you've created an account and receive a confirmation email, log-in to J-Net and create a username and password
  3. Now you're ready to chat! Read instructions below on how to join the NAC chat session on 3/18/10

Step 2: Logging into the live chat session:

  1. Sign-in to J-Net using your user name and password at
  2. Scroll down to the "Live Chat" section
  3. Click on "Federal Chat"

*Please make sure you sign-in to your J-Net account in order to participate in the session!

*Please note the chat will not open until 10 minutes prior to the live event

All attendees, who are registered JNet users, will be eligible to receive a Network Access Control for Dummies book!


About the Presenters: 


  Edwin Cowart is a Systems Engineering Manager with Juniper Networks, specializing in network access control. Edwin has more than twenty years experience in the software security and software development arena. In his current role at Juniper, his focus is on the access control challenges of the Federal business sector. This focus includes open standards like Trusted Network Connect and IEEE 802.1X. Edwin joined Juniper in 2005. Prior to Juniper Networks, he worked at Funk Software, which pioneered Network Access Control and FIPS solutions for 802.11i. Juniper Networks acquired Funk Software in 2005. Edwin holds an MBA in Information Technology and a Bachelors of Science from the University of Georgia.


 Jay Dineshkumar is a Systems Engineer with Juniper Networks, specializing in Access Control solutions such as SSL VPN remote access.  Jay has more than 15 years of experience in networking and security solutions. In his current role and Juniper, Jay specializes on SSL VPN solutions for the Federal sector focusing on Smartcard auth and FIPs approved systems.  Jay joined Juniper in 2005 and holds a Bachelors of Science in Information Systems management from University of Maryland.


Paul Wilkens is a Senior Systems Engineer with Juniper Networks, has more than 15 years of experience in network-based security and auditing techniques.  His duties at Juniper include working with Department of Defense test laboratories to ensure compliance with information assurance certification requirements.  Prior to joining Juniper, he spent several years consulting in datacenter and high-performance computing environments, then helped Nokia's service provider division pioneer multi-tenant security solutions.  He received a B.A. in Biology from Reed College, with a concentration in scientific computation.


on ‎03-18-2010 01:46 PM

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About the Author
  • Hiroaki Kato is a Senior Director of Systems Engineering at Juniper Networks and is responsible for managing the Systems Engineering organization in Japan. Before he joined Juniper Networks, Kato served as Japan Country Manager for Red Bend Software. Kato was responsible for overall business operation of Red Bend Software Japan K.K and grew the business in Japan further in mobile and into other industries. Prior to Red Bend, he was with Avaya Japan Ltd. During his time at Avaya Japan, the roles he took include overall operation of Avaya Japan as its Representative Director, Director of Solutions and Engineering and number of other leadership roles in strategy creation and business development. He also spent time at Avaya’s headquarters in New Jersey, USA, working as strategy and operations prime for one of the Avaya’s business units as well as some leadership role for global sales operations organization. Prior to Avaya, he served as the Unit Manager of Telecommunication Infrastructure Business Unit of Mitsubishi Corporation’s Information Systems and Services Group, providing carrier grade telephony systems and associated support to major telecom carriers in Japan. He also served as a board member of MC Techno-Serve Ltd, a 100% subsidiary of Mitsubishi Corporation which provided post sales maintenance of the carrier grade telephony systems Mitsubishi Corporation sold. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Tokyo University and EMOT at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
  • Tony Ng is an APAC Demo coordinator with Juniper Networks and is responsible for maintaining inventory of lab equipment in Hong Kong, assist with PoC lab projects, and Demo loan shipment.
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