Category: Unified Threat Management
Published: December 2008
This white paper discusses how a clean VPN can detect the identity of users and security state of the endpoint device, protect against malware and unauthorized access based on granular policy before authorizing access, and connect authorized users easily to mission-critical network resources.
The paper explores how traditional enclosed business LANs have rapidly evolved into distributed global networks that connect
employees, partners and customers over multiple internet and intranet, private and public, wired and wireless networks. IT now looks for ways to leverage public networks and shared infrastructure, while users demand greater reliability and transparency of service. A “clean VPN” approach establishes intelligent layers of secure remote access, gateway firewall, and policy control by integrating SSL VPN and UTM (unified threat management).
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