About Portnox CLEAR

Portnox Clear is a network access control solution that helps businesses in banking, defense, biotech, engineering, healthcare, legal services and other industries monitor endpoint risks, detect compromised devices, and automate responses. It allows staff members to configure two-factor authentication and define access control policies for wireless, wired and VPN connections.

Portnox Clear enables IT professionals to set up guest access rights for specific URLs and IP addresses with session expiration deadlines. The group-level policies allow administrators to create risk policies for multiple users and devices from within a centralized platform. Additionally, supervisors can monitor device risks based on several custom criteria, such as encryption, location, f...

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November 2020

Chris from AbsoluteCARE

Company Size: 201-500 employees

Industry: Medical Practice

Time Used: Less than 12 months

Review Source: Capterra



Value for money


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November 2020

Excellent Alternative to the "Same Old NAC Solutions"

The solution is so simple to work with that we figured out 90% of it prior to our onboarding, which by the way was still very helpful. We have the same or better protection that the old solution because Portnox is easier to maintain and configure.


It is cloud based, comparatively easy to configure and use, reasonably priced, does not affect PC performance, and has all the features I require in a NAC solution. Requires less time, effort, expense, and expertise to maintain and operate than the typical enterprise level NACs that ruled the segment for so long.


Reviews like this are easy, I can honestly say that we have not run into anything that turns us off. Portnox continues to deliver.

Reasons for Switching to Portnox CLEAR

The previous solution was more complex than we needed, required on prem appliances, and was far more costly.