Credit First National Association (CFNA), a federally chartered limited purpose credit card bank and a wholly owned subsidiary of Bridgestone retail operations. Their challenges are they need to eliminate rogue devices on the network to ensure the security of more than four million database records and protect customers and employees and reduce burden on help desk staff, which previously had to address remediation issues manually. They chose Bradford Networks to overcome these challenges. They deployed to network sentry, Network Access Control (NAC) software from Bradford Networks. The results of deploying the Bradford Networks were authenticate all users and automatically control network access, also eliminate all rogue connections to secure the network and improve the user experience with authentication and remediation.