Ten Tips for Implementing SSL VPN Securely

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Integration in the most effective systems typically consists of the ability to add accessible applications to your application portal. You should have the capability to define how each application is presented and further define users who may access each application and when.

The management end of your SSL VPN should function just as seamlessly, with a clear and user-friendly interface. Such an interface should allow you to administer and maintain remote access to the system, report incidents and manage resource access, ensuring comprehensive security of your networks.

As work forces become more mobile and geographically dispersed, SSL VPN is becoming an integral means to achieve secure access to corporate resources wherever you are, whenever you want. In addition to offering you and other trusted company associates easy access to a network, SSL VPN works from a standard Web browser and does not require the end user to install specialized software. This type of setup is especially useful for companies with several mobile users who need to connect from various locations. As a result, security is essential when dealing with SSL VPN. This slideshow features 10 tips Stonesoft has identified to help implement SSL VPN securely.


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