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Secure VPN client for mobile devices

NCP Engineering : 28 July, 2008  (New Product)
IPSec VPN client from NCP Engineering for mobile devices running Symbian operating system
NCP engineering has announced the release of its Secure Entry Client for Symbian OS-based mobile devices. The new IPSec VPN client can be used on mobile devices such as the Nokia Eseries, which run Symbian OS from V.9.0 on S60 3rd Edition.

The bundled product provides a single solution that integrates data encryption, a dynamic personal firewall, Friendly Net Detection, and one-time password token and certificate support through a public key infrastructure (PKI). The dynamic firewall allows customers to set policies for ports, IP addresses and segments, as well as applications. The Friendly Net Detection, created by NCP engineering, forces the network to identify itself to the device, preventing any data packet transfer until a safe network has been detected. The NCP Secure Entry Client also has an PC configuration assistant for the mobile device, an intuitive graphical user interface on the mobile end device and a secure, automatic VPN set-up.

Like all of the company's VPN solutions, the NCP Secure Entry Client for Symbian can communicate with VPN gateways from different manufacturers and is ideal for use in remote access VPN environments. NCP also offers a Secure Enterprise Client for Symbian, which was released in April 2008 and provides centrally-administered, endpoint policy enforcement.

A 30-day trial version offering unrestricted use of the entry product is available for download at the NCP Engineering web site.
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