NCP Offers Full IPsec VPN Access and Policy Enforcement

The company's Path Finder technology ensures users are able to establish a secure connection to the corporate network from any remote location.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Mar 11, 2010
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NCP engineering, Inc. says its Path Finder technology provides a solution to the complex network connectivity issues created by firewall settings that prevent IPsec communication. As noted in the company's news release on Market Wire, Path Finder technology ensures users are able to establish a secure connection to the corporate network from any remote location, granting full IPsec VPN access and policy enforcement -- without compromising productivity or security.


"NCP engineering, Inc. today announced a breakthrough in remote access, with a solution to the complex network connectivity issues created by firewall settings that prevent IPsec communication. The company's Path Finder technology ensures users are able to establish a secure connection to the corporate network from any remote location, granting full IPsec VPN access and policy enforcement -- without compromising productivity or security. The user simply logs onto the local network, as they would any other, and connects to the corporate network without delay or the need to change settings. Further, local network security is never compromised, ensuring both corporate and public security policies are followed.

"The problem of IPsec-hostile firewall settings is commonly found in public Internet access points, where the provider -- hotel, airport, coffee shop, etc. -- secures its network by restricting Web traffic to allow only Internet browsing and email. Restricting firewall settings in this way has, until today, prevented IPsec VPN access -- resulting in users spending hours working with their company's IT support team to establish remote network access beyond simply checking email and surfing the Web."

Read the Full News Release at Market Wire

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