In this e-guide: Each month Computer Weekly poses a question to its Security Think Tank, a panel of cyber security experts comprising industry insiders, technologists, analysts, legal experts and educators, to share their years of collective cyber security wisdom with the security community.
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.
SSL VPN is an important layer of protection for your company. This paper details an SSL VPN selection framework to help you evaluate the best option for your organization and how to save time and money when selecting your next SSL VPN.
In this case study DePaul University implemented SonicWALL Aventail E-Class SSL VPN solution so that the University's administrators, staff and more than 23,000 students can now securely and remotely access internal or external applications and files.
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.
This whitepaper explains "business continuity" which is keeping your data safe, and accessible. It also discusses disaster recovery and the typical and atypical ways of gaining network access.
It can be a real challenge for IT administrators to efficiently deliver critical corporate solutions while also contending with employee use of wasteful and often dangerous applications. Critical applications need bandwidth prioritization while social media and gaming applications need to be bandwidth throttled or even completely blocked.
Cisco ASA 5500 Series Adaptive Security Appliances are purpose-built solutions that integrate world-class firewall, unified communications security, VPN, intrusion prevention (IPS), and content security services in a unified platform. Download this paper for further technical details.
In this week's Computer Weekly, the NSA/GCHQ snooping scandal has added to concerns about security of virtual private networks (VPNs) – we find out how IT chiefs should respond. Windows XP support has now ended – we look at what it means for the remaining users. And we examine the benefits of data visualisation tools. Read the issue now.