by F5 Networks
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Published on: February 17, 2012
Type of content: ANALYST REPORT
Length: 1 page
Multimodal remote access creates a need for vigilant security that works across multiple devices and OSs, taking the working definition of a remote-access VPN well beyond the basic need for an encrypted transport connection. Gartner has tracked the SSL VPN market for approximately 10 years. During this period, SSL has been the most disruptive force in VPNs because of its versatility in providing encrypted access from nearly any computing device, combined with reverse-proxy isolation, menu-driven and clientless front ends, and several forms of network access controls designed to verify client system health and to quarantine sensitive information.
This Magic Quadrant helps VPN planners understand the role of SSL VPNs in remote access and how to evaluate the suitability of SSL VPNs in company remote-access use cases.
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