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23.02.2015

Webinar: Managing Secure Communications in M2M Environments

How do you manage a secure VPN when there isn’t a human being interfacing with the endpoint machine? As the Internet of Things weaves its way into the fabric...
12.02.2015

Threats Targeting Endpoints Climbed

By now, cybersecurity veterans are well-versed in the most common attack vectors exploited by hackers to breach their corporate networks. But what about the...
09.02.2015

Video: Deployment of VPN Clients

NCP‘s Secure Enterprise Management System even makes deployment thousands of VPN clients a breeze:     All details of NCP's Secure Enterprise...
05.02.2015

New Versions of VPN Server and High Availability Server

NCP Secure Enterprise VPN Server V. 8.11 for Windows and Linux, and NCP Secure Enterprise HA Server V. 3.04 for Linux available
23.01.2015

VPN Client with Newly Added Security Features

Screenshot NCP Secure Entry Client Win 32/64 Version 10 of NCP's VPN Client Suites for Windows Feature Optimized Configuration, Easier Software Distribution and Administrator Control
16.01.2015

Ex-Employees: All the Best.

It doesn’t matter if employees leave a company on unpleasant terms or quite amicably – it is absolutely essential that enterprises have solid, well-defined...
22.12.2014

Network Security and the Sony Attack?

The massive Sony breach has shown, yet again, just how expeditious and ruthlessly efficient attackers are today. Fortunately for network administrators, there...
18.12.2014

Endpoint Security

The Trouble with the Endpoint
15.12.2014

Major Release of Windows VPN Client with Newly Added Security Features

Screenshot VPN Client Version 10 of NCP's VPN Enterprise Client Suite for Windows Feature Optimized Configuration, Easier Software Distribution and Administrator Control
09.12.2014

Human Failures Behind Remote Access Shortcomings

Whenever news of a network security breach reaches the public airwaves, observers are quick to assign blame to some combination of technological shortcomings...
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