Amit, I think that LAN security entails more of a practice than an actual product, but I don't want to go into deatils because there are many ways of implementing LAN security within your trusted network, this term is very a broad term. In some cases a product may be needed in the case of intrution prevention probes surveilance etc. throughout your network but I don't think this is what you are looking for please let me otherwise. What I am thinking you are looking is for ways of blocking of unauthorized access to your LAN by ways of unknown systems pluging into your switches , if this is correct here are few options that comes to mind.
1- You could implement port security 802.1x on your LAN switches.
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