A comparison among SSL, IPSec and the emerging class of mobile VPNs

Thursday, 16 March 2006, 12:17 AM EST

When enterprises incorporate either WLAN or WWAN into their remote access solution, user authentication &data security become much more complex and challenging. Traditional security solutions such as IPSec and SSL VPNs were adequate to serve the needs of employees that logged-in from a fixed remote location. There is now a rapidly growing population of remote workers who are truly mobile, on the go all day long. With this large population present, there is a need for more secure wireless network solutions. The mobile VPN has been created specifically for this truly mobile worker.

Read this paper now to gain a better understanding of the technical aspects of the emerging mobile VPN and how it compares to SSL VPNs and IPSecs.

At net-security.bitpipe.com, free registration required.

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