Cisco AnyConnect* Delivers Stronger, Simpler VPN Security
Russell Rice explains how Cisco AnyConnect* Secure Mobility Client–based solutions enhance the VPN experience.
Today, companies around the world are grappling with how to deal with the risk of workers using mobile devices, especially those that are personally owned. One of Cisco’s goals is to provide IT with security controls that enable a seamless mobile experience.
An important element to protecting access is ensuring that an organization can securely identify both the user and the device, and do so without overburdening the user with constant requests to manually authenticate. That is where Cisco and Intel have teamed up to provide a great solution.
A “No-Password” VPN Experience
Enhancements in the latest 4th generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor make the sign-in process even easier. When organizations are using Intel Identity Protection Technology with Public Key Infrastructure (Intel IPT with PKI) and running Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client with Cisco* Adaptive Security Appliance (Cisco ASA), they can enable secure two-factor authentication without the need for additional VPN login credentials.
Read the full Cisco AnyConnect* Delivers Stronger, Simpler VPN Security Success Story. A “no-password” VPN experience means that users can simply log on to their device and connect to the VPN through their AnyConnect* client without having to enter another password.