Our company has sites across the country and on these sites, there are joint venture companies too performing fieldwork with us. Scenario 1: The infrastructure guy wants to set up all of the JV job sites to go straight out to the Internet. Our people would VPN to our network from there and the others would VPN to their companies. The risk is that while they are on the same SSID they can see and interact with each other. If one gets infected the other will too.

Our company has sites across the country and on these sites, there are joint venture companies too performing fieldwork with us. Scenario 1: The infrastructure guy wants to set up all of the JV job sites to go straight out to the Internet. Our people would VPN to our network from there and the others would VPN to their companies. The risk is that while they are on the same SSID they can see and interact with each other. If one gets infected the other will too.
Scenario2: We should use something like Clearpass to segregate the 2 types of machines. It would throw our machines on 1 VLAN that would be connected to our corp network. it would throw JV machines onto a separate VLAN that only goes straight out to the Internet. On the surface, it seems like Option 2 is more secure but can you take a deeper dive and document the risks with both options?
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