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NCP releases its centrally managed VPN Client Suite for Mac OS X

NCP engineering has released its centrally managed IPsec VPN Client for Mac OS X 10.5 and higher. Mobile employees using Mac OS X are now able to access the company network remotely.

The NCP Secure Enterprise Management System monitors and controls the fully automatic remote access VPN.  NCP’s VPN client offers an integrated personal firewall and NCP’s VPN Path Finder Technology. On top of that, it supports strong authentication as well as “FIPS inside.”

The NCP Secure Enterprise Management software is the virtual private network’s “single point of administration” — this means — combined with NCP’s VPN client suite — it offers all features and automatisms for rollout, as well as for certificate, change and security management. In addition, various network access control features monitor network access of the end devices. 
 
NCP’s Secure Enterprise Mac client can be managed centrally. The central remote access management also controls the integrated, dynamic personal firewall. “Friendly Net Detection” provides automatic recognition of friendly and unfriendly networks, and activates the firewall rules needed.

For more info, including pricing options, go to http://www.ncp-e.com/de/produkte/zentral-gemanagte-vpn-loesung/vpn-client.html .

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