Network and Data Security Access Control

Imagine a refrigerator automatically orders the eggs from the online store to deliver at its location and make the payment on behalf of the owner. In today’s world, the network infrastructures are not limited to traditional datacenters or company’s premises. IoT (Internet of Things) and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) are growing rapidly in our life. Network and Data Security Access Control plays a vital role to protect our data from being stolen intentionally or unintentionally. In this project we are focusing to implement a vulnerability testing tool on the company’s network, also developing a plan to enable policy enforcement on an enterprise NAC (Network Access Control) tool and documenting a process development to support remediating the isolated devices and abnormal connection requests. Finally, developing and documenting design requirements, to implement a plan for remote Zero-Trust devices that require access to company’s Data and Network.

Faculty Supervisor:

Xiaodong Lin


Mohammad Ali Maeen


Life Labs Medical Laboratory Services


Computer science


Professional, scientific and technical services


University of Guelph



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