Conversation on Multi-Tenancy in VPNs, Part 2
VPN Haus recently spoke with Rainer Enders, CTO of NCP engineering, about multi-tenancy in VPNs and its advantages. In the final post of this two-part series, we look into some of the drawbacks of...
Conversation on Multi-Tenancy in VPNs, Part 1
VPN Haus recently spoke with Rainer Enders, CTO of NCP engineering, about multi-tenancy in VPNs and its advantages. Stay tuned for part two of this conversation where we dive into some of the...
The Benefits and Pitfalls of Using Sandboxing Techniques in SSL VPN, Part 2
*Editor's Note: This is the second post in a two-part series.
How can I make sure my VPN is encrypted and working properly?
*Editor’s Note: These columns originally appeared in TechTarget’s SearchEnterpriseWan.com
NCP launches new enterprise VPN Server, gears up for Android client release
Exciting news - today, NCP engineering released the newest version of its secure enterprise VPN server that features several innovative enhancements. Compatible with Windows and Linux 32/64-bit...
NCP News: Android client and Windows 8 compatibility now available
Lots of news from NCP engineering, as we gear up for Interop 2012. Today, NCP announced the preview release of the first third-party IPsec VPN client available for Android 4.0. Now available for...
Who is your machine talking to?
Machine-to-machine communications, often called M2M for short, is an often overlooked – but absolutely essential piece of the modern technical infrastructure – and our daily lives. For example,...
Cloud computing without VPN is security risk, Part 2
By Bernd Reder
Cloud computing without VPN is a security risk
By Bernd Reder