Enterprise infrastructure VPN: Which solution is best?

Peerspot users review the highest reviewed solutions in the enterprise infrastructure VPN market.


As cybersecurity risks intensify, having a reliable, resilient, secure private network has never been more important. To combat these risks and embrace more popular remote and hybrid ways of working, enterprise infrastructure VPNs have become increasingly popular. However, selecting the right solution isn’t easy, and there are many factors to consider when evaluating options.

Over 540,000 professionals have used Peerspot research to inform their purchasing decisions. Its latest paper looks at the highest rated enterprise infrastructure VPN vendors, profiling each and examining what they can offer enterprise.

Here’s a breakdown of the key players currently active in the market:

Check Point Remote Access VPN

Average Rating: 9.0

Top Comparison: OpenVPN Access Server

Overview: A solution that provides users with remote access to an organisation’s network. The host may have VPN client software loaded or use a web-based client.

Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client

Average Rating: 8.5

Top Comparison: Zscaler Private Access

Overview: As mobile workers roam to different locations, an always-on intelligent VPN helps AnyConnect client devices to automatically select the optimal network access point and adapt its tunnelling protocol to the most efficient method.


Average Rating: 8.7

Top Comparison: Pulse Connect Secure

Overview: Helps businesses easily and securely extend the network to users who have access to the internet and a web browser. Allows organisations to customise access and extend the reach of the network to individuals based on their roles.

Citrix Gateway

Average Rating: 8.1

Top Comparison: Cisco IOS SSL VPN

Overview: A customer-managed solution that can be deployed on premises or on any public cloud, such as AWS, Azure, or Google Cloud Platform. Gateway provides users with secure access and single sign-on to all the virtual, SaaS and web applications they need to be productive.

Fortinet FortiClient

Average Rating: 8.4

Top Comparison: Fortinet FortiEDR

Overview: A fabric agent that delivers endpoint protection, endpoint compliance, and secure access in a single, lightweight, lightweight client, providing visibility, information, and control to enterprise endpoints.

OpenVPN Access Server

Average Rating: 7.7

Top Comparison: Fortinet FortiClient

Overview: An open-source software application that implements virtual private network techniques for creating secure point-to-point or site-to-site connections in routed or bridged configurations and remote access facilities.

Perimeter 81

Average Rating: 9.4

Top Comparison: Zscaler Private Access

Overview: The first cybersecurity experience platform to streamline SASE through its ground-breaking ease-of-use and unified network security stack.

Prisma Access by Palo Alto Networks

Average Rating: 8.4

Top Comparison: Zscaler Private Access

Overview: Provides consistent security for all users and applications across remote networks. Prisma Access also grants users safe access to the cloud and data centre applications and the internet.

Pulse Connect Secure

Average Rating: 7.0

Top Comparison: Cisco IOS SSL VPN

Overview: Enables businesses to give employees, partners, and customers secure and controlled access to corporate data and applications from outside the trusted network using just a web browser.

SonicWall Netextender

Average Rating: 8.7

Top Comparison: SonicWall Mobile Connect

Overview:  Enforces granular access policies and extends network access through native clients. It also enhances firewall encryption and security by redirecting all client traffic through VPN.

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