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VPN

abbr.
virtual private network

VPN

abbreviation for
(Computer Science) virtual private network: a network that uses the internet to transfer information using secure methods
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A VPN is essentially a software or hardware bridge for connecting a remote user to a company's local area network (LAN), which is a private network, via the Internet, which is a public network.
Currently, two of the most popular types of VPN technology are known as IPSec VPNs and multi-protocol label switching (MPLS) VPNs.
This announcement extends Cisco's technical and market innovation in the VPN and security market and further enhances SAFE, Cisco's security blueprint for Cisco AVVID -- the Architecture for Voice, Video and Integrated Data.
With a local call you connect to the Internet and using the magic of VPN, voila, you connect to your office PC in California and take care of some business.
4 billion by the year 2003, while VPN product sales will reach $3.
0 of SafeNet's award-winning SoftRemote VPN product family, SoftRemote Mobile protects business-critical communications, delivering robust security to mobile applications such as email, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and remote access to enterprise applications.
Check Point VPN-1 Power VSX is a virtualized security gateway that allows managed service providers (MSSPs), including application and telecom service providers, as well as enterprises with virtualized networks to create up to 250 virtual security systems -- including firewall, VPN and intrusion prevention -- on a single hardware platform.
Scalable IPSec VPN Tunnel Termination: Prepares infrastructure for full IMS implementation and supports the latest IPSec standards including IKEv2.
Location-independent Network Access: Designed for mobility and portability, the SSL-based VPN client easily and securely connects across multiple networks and network types.
The new Super-G wireless security router integrates seven powerful layers of protection for home networkers, including a stateful inspection firewall, intrusion prevention, antivirus, parental controls, VPN remote access, wireless encryption, and secure remote desktop access.
Nasdaq:CHKP), the worldwide leader in securing the Internet, today announced that the NGX version of VPN-1 Power and UTM has been certified against the Common Criteria EAL 4 certification for VPN and IDS/IPS by the National Information Assuance Partnership (NIAP), a United States government initiative of the National Institute of Standards and Technologies and the National Security Agency after testing by the U.
By utilizing Dual-Core Intel[R] Xeon[R] Processor 5100 products, Check Point VPN-1[R] Power[TM] now offers the best-in-class performance of any integrated firewall, VPN and intrusion prevention software available in the security market by delivering 10 Gigabits per second (Gbps) of throughput - a security industry first delivered on an open-server platform.