I P Sec,
Internet Protocol Security,
IP Security Protocol DEFINITION: IPsec (Internet Protocol Security) is a framework for a set of protocols for security at the network or packet processing layer of network communication. Earlier security approaches have inserted security at the Application layer of the communications model. IPsec is said to be especially useful for implementing virtual private networks and for remote user access through dial-up connection to private
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The latest edition of the Application Usage and Risk Report (Spring 2010) covers a sample size that has grown more than 15 fold to 347 and is truly global. Since the Spring 2008 Report, the number of applications Palo Alto Networks identifies has grown to nearly 1,000 with nearly 750 of them found during the six month period.
Although mobile computing offers organizations many competitive advantages, it also entails significant security risks to corporate networks and sensitive corporate data. Read this whitepaper to learn about strong authentication solutions.
This white paper outlines the two primary methods of deploying remote access VPNs: IPsec and SSL. Read how to choose the right VPN technology for your organization, understand security considerations, and how to secure your remote-access VPN.
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IP VPN technology is a viable solution for manufacturing companies seeking to weave their operations into the rapidly changing industry. It has unleashed a new era of IT infrastructure and this white paper provides the details.
This white paper explains the differences between the VPN technologies and provides criteria for deciding whether you should replace your IPSec VPN with SSL VPN. It also presents a step-by-step, practical approach to implementing your replacement.
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