NCP engineering Announces an Alliance with Juniper Networks to Enable a VPN Remote Access Solution for SRX Series Firewalls
The solution, which is comprised of the NCP Secure Enterprise Management (SEM) system, includes a console to fully automate login and certificate provisioning as well as one-click user and device administration to quickly add or revoke permissions. Additionally, the solution offers a personal dynamic firewall, an integrated internet connection manager for WiFi, 3G and 4G, VPN bypass functionality and NCP engineering's PathFinder technology.
“We are excited to intensify our collaboration with Juniper and to enable a complete remote access VPN solution that will be compatible with the SRX Series,” said Patrick Oliver Graf, CEO at NCP engineering. “NCP’s central remote access management system and managed clients offer enterprises the utmost in versatility and flexibility, securing mixed environments across desktop and mobile operating systems."
“We are pleased to have NCP’s comprehensive solution that secures endpoint devices interoperate with enforcement from the SRX Series,” said Mihir Maniar, vice president of security product management at Juniper Networks.
NCP’s VPN Remote Access Solution can be integrated into any existing IT infrastructure, offering a quick return on investment (ROI), reduced costs associated with help desk, training and documentation, low total cost of ownership (TCO) and faster rollouts.
NCP Exclusive Remote Access Solution, Juniper Networks® SRX Series firewalls, central remote access management system, NCP PathFinder technology
- To learn more about the NCP Secure Enterprise Management System and the NCP Exclusive Remote Access Client, please see the corresponding product page here.
- To learn more about Juniper SRX Series Firewalls, please visit the corresponding product page here.
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