real-life implementations of SSL VPN solutions -
LONDON, 23 May, 2003 - Aspelle, the SSL VPN software leader, today announced
that it will be hosting a workshop "Beyond Traditional VPNs....Secure,
Clientless Access for the future" on Wednesday 11th June at Microsoft UK,
Thames Valley Park, Reading.
The event will be of great benefit to organisations seeking to enable or
extend their remote access capabilities. It will provide a unique
opportunity to hear directly from industry leaders, the business and
technology benefits of software-based SSL VPN solutions - based on practical
- Pete Smith - Solutions Architect at CSC/Schroders
- Russ Goring - CTO at Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein
- Jeff Ramos - Director of Enterprise Technology at Microsoft Corporation
These speakers will be presenting case studies that depict their use of SSL
VPN secure remote access technology.
Topics discussed to include: remote access strategies, TCO, ROI, ensuring
security, how to manage a dispersed remote access user workforce, successful
implementation, and business benefits.
All attending delegates will receive a copy of the Aspelle White Paper
"Appliances vs. Software, (Which approach is right for you?)". This will be
made available to the general public after the event.
Aspelle is the first remote access provider to offer a purely software-based
SSL VPN solution, enabling organizations to be far more flexible in their
implementation and management of remote access than with appliance-based SSL
This event is targeted at IT professionals: network, infrastructure,
application and security managers. Attendance is free but numbers are
limited. To attend please register online.
Beyond Traditional VPNs - Secure, Clientless Access for the Future
9.30 Welcome and Introduction
9.45 Securing the IT Perimeter - Aspelle
10.15 Case study - Russ Goring, CTO Dresdner Kleinwort Wasserstein
11.00 Case study - Pete Smith, Solutions Architect CSC/Schroders
11.30 Case Study - Jeff Ramos, Director Enterprise Technology, Microsoft
12.00 Completing the picture - SCC
12.30 Roundup and close
For more information, please contact:
+44 (0)207 959 5542