Notes from the Road: VPN in action (day 3)
Today, René and Jens were in CA to bring a VAR partner up to speed with NCP’s full suite of VPN solutions. The focus of today was on training and demo installations. Not as action-packed as NY and OH,...
Notes from the Road: VPN in action (day 2)
Today, Jens and René stopped in Ohio on his cross country trek spreading secure VPN wherever he stops. Friday’s proof of concept (POC) was for a national architectural and civil engineering firm.
Notes from the Road: VPN in action
Over the next week and a half, NCP’s own René Poot will travel cross country spreading secure VPN wherever he stops. New York City is his first stop, working on a proof of concept (POC) for a top five...
Do you have a King Kong VPN client?
Can your 64-bit VPN client meet the enterprise challenge? Take King Kong – a single person brought him to the base of the Enterprise State Building but it was his inherent strength and stability that...
Network Security with electronic health records
In last week’s highlights, we included a post from Branden Williams’ Security Convergence Blog on EMRs. We thought this weeks’ post would be a good opportunity to elaborate on Branden’s and our own...
Where do you keep your VPN Gateway?
We’re following a great discussion on LinkedIn as to where to keep a VPN gateway – in the DMZ or on the LAN directly. Pros and cons are argued for both sides (mostly pro-DMZ) and we’d like to hear...
more thoughts on forcing IPSec or SSL on a market
NCPs Jochen Gundelfinger extended his thoughts on last week's post, Forcing IPSec or SSL on a Market is Wrong. Here is what Jochen shared with us:
Forcing IPSec or SSL on a Market is Wrong
Read an interesting post on Cisco and its lack of support of the 64-bit IPSec VPN client. What was more interesting to us though, was a reader’s comment listed below the post—Robert, comment no. 7.
VPN Horror Stories
We asked network admin’s on LinkedIn and Twitter to share their VPN horror stories with us and here are a few we thought you’d enjoy (or cringe at!).
64-Bit VPN Market Choices
Read an interesting post last week on VPN clients– Brazell, like many other users are frustrated with the little support of 64-bit VPNs. This is a big issue, especially since Intel is pushing its...