Why have a SSL VPN?

Let’s talk first about what a VPN is.  VPN stands for Virtual Private Network.  This provides secure communications mechanism for data and other information transmitted between two endpoints.

A SSL stands for Secure Sockets Layer.  It is the standard security technology for starting an encrypted link between the web server and a browser.

This then makes an SSL VPN stand for a Secure Sockets Layer Virtual Private Network.  It is a type of VPN that can be used with a standard Web browser.  A SSL VPN does not require the installation of specialized client software on the end user’s computer.

Why have a SSL VPN?  The key reason in having a SSL VPN is to give the remote user access to Web Applications, Client/Server Applications and Internal Network Connections. 

The following are the top 4 benefits of BTInet’s SSL VPN:

  1. Easy to use, since no client software needs to be installed and maintained on the computer.
  2. Securely access your enterprise resources from any Java or ActiveX enabled device from any Internet connection.
  3. With shared and dedicated solutions available we have a pricing solution to fit your budget whether it is one user or an entire organization.
  4. The “Host checker” feature keeps your systems protected by scanning endpoints to ensure compliance with corporate security policies both before and during the session.

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