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Secure Remote Access Using Smartphones

NCP Engineering : 08 July, 2010  (New Product)
NCP Engineering teams with Juniper Networks in producing a VPN based solution enabling secure remote network access for mobile users
With IT security attacks showing little sign of declining, businesses must take action and protect vulnerable remote-based workers or face potentially damaging consequences, warns Martin Hack, executive vice president, NCP engineering, the secure communications specialist.

"Devices such as Smartphones are evidently making IT security issues more prevalent with users accessing unsecure social networking sites. It is absolutely paramount that users acknowledge these threats and install a protective firewall on their Smartphones, which can be achieved through running Windows Mobile or Symbian. This also eliminates any potential configuration errors and dramatically saves time, which can occur when handled manually," Martin explains.

In response to the soaring rise in IT security issues, Juniper Networks and NCP have teamed up to offer a VPN solution for customers' networks that require secure remote endpoint access. NCP's IPsec VPN client - Juniper Edition, which is available for Windows platforms in either 32- or 64-bit versions, will replace the NetScreen-Remote VPN client on Juniper's high-end ScreenOS-based devices.

Martin continued: "A customer, who has held off adopting the latest devices or moving to 64-bit systems, can rethink their remote access and embrace these technologies, while maintaining confidence that their network is secure."

"Companies must grab the opportunity to fully secure networks that require remote endpoint access. By offering an efficient 'single click' VPN solution, we believe that users will be one significant step closer to filling an important gap around malicious IT security attacks," concluded Martin.
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