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Juniper adds threat control component to SSL VPN Remote Access (February 16, 2006)

Juniper Networks, Inc. today announced software integration enhancements for its Secure Access SSL VPN and Intrusio...


February 16, 2006  


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Juniper Networks, Inc. today announced software integration enhancements for its Secure Access SSL VPN and Intrusion Detection and Prevention (IDP) appliances, which provide threat control for remote employee and partner access.

The Secure Access SSL VPN’s IVE 5.3 release combined with the IDP 3.2R2 release enables the two appliances to protect against both network and application-layer threats.

Network administrators can leverage the new Secure Access SSL VPN software and IDP software to identify the source of an attack and respond to the security event by not only blocking attacks before they reach their targets, but also by taking action against the source of the attack, such as quarantining or disabling the user’s account.

The offerings also provide visibility into user behavior and security events with detailed identity, endpoint and application usage logging for mitigation, auditing and compliance.