Configure FortiGate and FortiClient (v5.0.2) IPSec VPN for Secure Remote Access to Work Network
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FortiToken Strong authentication solutions allow you to easily enable two-factor authentication for access to protected networks and security devices. Two-factor authentication solutions improve security and reduce the risk of compromise inherent in single-factor authentication solutions such as static passwords.
FortiToken two factor authentication solution devices enable administrators to offer enhanced security for both remote and on-premise users. It ensures that only authorized individuals can access your organization's sensitive information. Each FortiGate™ consolidated security platform is able to provide an integrated authentication server. Combining this strong authentication capability with one of the FortiToken One Time Password (OTP) security devices or mobile applications eliminates the need for an external authentication server. The short-lived, time-based token adds strong authentication to secure remote IPSEC and SSL VPN access, Wi-Fi Captive Portal network logon and FortiGate Administrator login. The token always remains synchronized with the FortiGate controller.
FortiToken PKI tokens also provide strong authentication using the token’s private key as the second factor, in addition to offering other PKI based functionality such as digital encryption and signing. FortiToken OTP and PKI tokens are also integrated with FortiAuthenticator, which serves as the centralized authentication and token manager, as well as PKI manager.
As a small focused team working on a variety of high profile projects, our main priorities are the quality of our work and the service we provide. IT has never been top of the agenda; the construction industry as a whole continues to use traditional processes and still communicates via fax and post in many instances. However, as more of our partners are working electronically, our IT has become business critical, and the need to secure our IT assets was something we knew we had to address, but without our IT expenditure going through the roof.