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Access Control, Authentication, and Public Key Infrastructure by Tricia Ballad, Bill Ballad, Erin Banks

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Chapter 12. Access Control Solutions for Remote Workers

ALLOWING EMPLOYEES TO WORK REMOTELY is a benefit that many organizations offer. If your organization provides remote access for employees, that means aspects of your network are remote as well. The corporate network now extends to employees' homes, coffee shops, hotels, airports, and other remote locations. Extending the network introduces new security concerns. With the evolution of dial-up connections, virtual private networks, and wireless network capabilities, network security and solutions have changed to meet demand. We will discuss many of these solutions in this chapter.

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