Who Can You Trust?
by Tony Caine - VP EMEA, Aventail - Thursday, 21 April 2005.
With an integrated and scaleable object-based SSL VPN policy model, it is possible for network administrators to provide fine-grained access control rules that precisely define which individuals or groups have access to which applications from which types of end points. With an inverted network and multiple trust domains, authorisation can be centralised and independent of application servers and the perimeter access controls.

The idea of the inverted network or deperimiterization is increasingly resonating with large companies and it is more likely that SSL VPN technology — developed to meet the demand for secure remote access — will play a major role in delivering the secure inverted network.

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