2 Traditional Connectivity [From Gartner Consulting]
3 What is VPN? Virtual Private Network is a type of private network that uses public telecommunication, such as the Internet, instead of leased lines to communicate. Became popular as more employees worked in remote locations. Terminologies to understand how VPNs work.
4 Private Networks vs. Virtual Private Networks Employees can access the network (Intranet) from remote locations. Secured networks. The Internet is used as the backbone for VPNs Saves cost tremendously from reduction of equipment and maintenance costs. Scalability
5 Remote Access Virtual Private Network
6 Brief Overview of How it Works Two connections one is made to the Internet and the second is made to the VPN. Datagrams contains data, destination and source information. Firewalls VPNs allow authorized users to pass through the firewalls. Protocols protocols create the VPN tunnels.
7 Four Critical Functions Authentication validates that the data was sent from the sender. Access control limiting unauthorized users from accessing the network. Confidentiality preventing the data to be read or copied as the data is being transported. Data Integrity ensuring that the data has not been altered
8 Encryption Encryption -- is a method of scrambling data before transmitting it onto the Internet. Public Key Encryption Technique Digital signature for authentication
9 Tunneling with VPN Tunneling is the process of placing an entire data packet within another packet (which provides the routing information) and sending it over the internet. The path through which the packets travel is called tunnel. For a tunnel to be established, both the tunnel client and the tunnel server must be using the same tunneling protocol.
10 Tunneling A virtual point-to-point connection made through a public network. It transports encapsulated datagrams. Original Datagram Encrypted Inner Datagram Datagram Header Outer Datagram Data Area Two types of end points: Remote Access Site-to-Site Data Encapsulation [From Comer]
11 Types of VPN Tunneling VPN supports two types of tunneling: 1. Voluntary and 2. Compulsory Both types of tunneling are commonly used In voluntary tunneling the VPN client manages connection setup. The client first make the connection to the carrier network protocol (an ISP). Then the VPN clients application creates the tunnel to a VPN server over this live connection.
12 Types of VPN Tunneling In compulsory tunneling, the carrier network provider manages VPN connection setup. When the client first makes an ordinary connection to the carrier, the carrier in turn immediately brokers a VPN connection between that client and a VPN server. From the client point of view, VPN connections are setup in just one step compared to the two step procedure required for voluntary tunnels.
13 Four Protocols used in VPN PPTP -- Point-to-Point Tunneling Protocol L2TP -- Layer 2 Tunneling Protocol IPsec -- Internet Protocol Security SOCKS is not used as much as the ones above
14 VPN Encapsulation of Packets
15 Types of Implementations What does implementation mean in VPNs? 3 types Intranet Within an organization Extranet Outside an organization Remote Access Employee to Business
17 Device Types What it means 3 types Hardware Firewall Software
18 Device Types: Hardware Usually a VPN type of router Pros Highest network throughput Plug and Play Dual-purpose Cons Cost Lack of flexibility
19 Device Types: Firewall More security? Pros Harden Operating System Tri-purpose Cost-effective Cons Still relatively costly
20 Device Types: Software Ideal for 2 end points not in same org. Great when different firewalls implemented Pros Flexible Low relative cost Cons Lack of efficiency More labor training required Lower productivity; higher labor costs
21 Advantages VS. Disadvantages
22 Advantages: Cost Savings Eliminating the need for expensive long-distance leased lines Reducing the long-distance telephone charges for remote access. Transferring the support burden to the service providers Operational costs Cisco VPN Savings Calculator
23 Advantages: Scalability Flexibility of growth Efficiency with broadband technology
24 Disadvantages VPNs require an in-depth understanding of public network security issues and proper deployment of precautions Availability and performance depends on factors largely outside of their control Immature standards VPNs need to accommodate protocols other than IP and existing internal network technology
25 Applications: Site-to-Site VPNs Large-scale encryption between multiple fixed sites such as remote offices and central offices Network traffic is sent over the branch office Internet connection This saves the company hardware and management expenses
26 Site-to-Site VPNs
27 Applications: Remote Access Encrypted connections between mobile or remote users and their corporate networks Remote user can make a local call to an ISP, as opposed to a long distance call to the corporate remote access server. Ideal for a telecommuter or mobile sales people. VPN allows mobile workers & telecommuters to take advantage of broadband connectivity. i.e. DSL, Cable
28 Industries That May Use a VPN Healthcare: enables the transferring of confidential patient information within the medical facilities & health care provider Manufacturing: allow suppliers to view inventory & allow clients to purchase online safely Retail: able to securely transfer sales data or customer info between stores & the headquarters Banking/Financial: enables account information to be transferred safely within departments & branches General Business: communication between remote employees can be securely exchanged
29 Some Businesses using a VPN CVS Pharmaceutical Corporation upgraded their frame relay network to an IP VPN ITW Foilmark secured remote location orders, running reports, & internet/intranet communications w/ a 168-bit encryption by switching to OpenReach VPN
30 Where Do We See VPNs Going in the Future? VPNs are continually being enhanced. Example: Equant NV As the VPN market becomes larger, more applications will be created along with more VPN providers and new VPN types. Networks are expected to converge to create an integrated VPN Improved protocols are expected, which will also improve VPNs.
31 Security concerns in VPN SSL VPNs serve as gateways into corporate infrastructure and as such, security is a critical component of any SSL VPN offering. So important are the security-related capabilities of SSL VPN products that the differences in the security features set across products often determine which SSL VPN an enterprise will choose to deploy. SSL VPN security falls into three categories:
32 Users gain access to valuable information and systems through the SSL VPN. Because of this, it is critical to ensure that only authorized users access resources through the SSL VPN and that individual users access only those resources that they are supposed to access. Security concerns in VPN Authentication and Authorization:
33 Contd.. Endpoint Security: Endpoint security is sometimes known as Client-Side Security or Browser-Side Security. It refers to technology implemented to prevent any securityrelated problems occurring on devices used to access resources via the SSL VPN. It is important to realize that as opposed to earlier remote-access technologies, SSL VPN technology allows access from machines not known to be secure and as such, the endpoint concerns are different
34 Contd Server-Side Security: Server-Side security, sometimes known as Network Security, refers to protecting internal corporate resources including the SSL VPN server itself from falling victim to any form of compromise.
35 Authentication mechanism in VPN Tunnel endpoints must authenticate before secure VPN tunnels can establish. User-created remote access VPNs may use passwords, biometrics, two-factor authentication or other cryptographic methods. Network-to-network tunnels often use passwords or digital certificates, as they permanently store the key to allow the tunnel to establish automatically and without intervention from the user
36 Password A password is a secret word or string of characters that is used for authentication, to prove identity or gain access to a resource (example: an access code is a type of password). The password should be kept secret from those not allowed access.
37 Biometrics Biometrics consists of methods for uniquely recognizing humans based upon one or more intrinsic physical or behavioral traits. In computer science, in particular, biometrics is used as a form of identity access management and access control. It is also used to identify individuals in groups that are under surveillance.
38 Two-factor authentications Two-factor authentication (TFA or 2FA) means using two independent means of evidence to assert an entity's identity to another entity. Two-factor authentication is commonly found in electronic computer authentication, where basic authentication is the process of a requesting entity presenting some evidence of its identity to a second entity.
39 Types of two-factor authentication Tokens: One form of 'something you have' is the smart card and USB tokens. Differences between the smart card and USB token are diminishing; both technologies include a microcontroller, an OS, a security application, and a secured storage area. Wireless Tokens: A new quality of tokens has been developed to ease the authentication process without keying character sequences and with automatic pairing of authentication factors. Presumed the bearer of the authentication factors prepares himself in good separation from other similar entities, the achieved pairing status may be maintained for all the daytime and especially during worktime without repetition of the pairing process. Then the problem of lost laptop or left phone may be prevented by automatic alarm in case of unwanted access of arms length.
40 Contd Virtual Token Virtual tokens are a new concept in multi-factor authentication first introduced in 2005 by security company, Sestus. Virtual tokens reduce the costs normally associated with implementation and maintenance of multifactor solutions by utilizing the user's existing internet device as the "something the user has" factor. Also, since the user's internet device is communicating directly with the authenticating website, the solution does not suffer from man-in-the-middle attacks and other forms of online fraud
41 Contd Magnetic Cards Magnetic cards (credit cards, debit cards, ATM cards, gift cards, etc) combined with secure, encrypting card readers provide a possible solution for twofactor/strong authentication.
42 Contd SMS One Time Password SMS One time password uses information sent in an SMS to the user as part of the login process. One scenario is where a user either registers (or updates) their contact information on a website. During this time the user is also asked to enter his or her regularly used telephone numbers (home, mobile, work, etc). The next time the user logs in to the website, they must enter their username and password; if they enter the correct information, the user then chooses the phone number at which they can be contacted immediately from their previously registered phone numbers.
43 Contd Mobile Signature Mobile signatures are digital signatures created on a SIM card securely on a mobile device by a user's private key. In such a system text to be signed is securely sent to the SIM card on a mobile phone. The SIM then displays the text to the end-user who checks it before entering a PIN code to create a signature which is then sent back to the service provider
44 Contd Digital Certificates Digital Client certificates are a PKI solution for enabling the enhanced user identification and access controls needed to protect sensitive online information. Digital certificates can also be stored and transported on smart cards or USB tokens for use when traveling. Each certificate can only be used to authenticate one particular user because only that user s computer has the corresponding and unique private key needed to complete the authentication process. Client certificates are delivered electronically, however, deployment and support of digital certificates have proven problematic
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