Archive for November, 2008

WLAN Mesh on a VPN?

Posted: 26th November 2008 by VPN Haus in Posts

We noticed an article in InformationWeek recently on the subject of WLAN Mesh: WLAN Mesh Moves Into New Territory: “Enterprise mesh’s benefit is clear: pervasive connectivity throughout the organization. Unbound by the constraints of copper or fiber, wireless mesh enables enterprises to deliver ubiquitous access and services to parts of their facilities that previously were […]

What we’re reading, week of 11/24

Posted: 24th November 2008 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From Tao Security… Don’t Fight the Future Richard Bejtlich discusses his predictions for the future of IT security. Among his projections: every device will be able to communicate with every other device; every device must protect itself; Intranets and VPN connections will disappear. Do you think Bejtlich has missed the mark on any of these […]

What we're reading, week of 11/24

Posted: 24th November 2008 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From Tao Security… Don’t Fight the Future Richard Bejtlich discusses his predictions for the future of IT security. Among his projections: every device will be able to communicate with every other device; every device must protect itself; Intranets and VPN connections will disappear. Do you think Bejtlich has missed the mark on any of these […]

Communication security in an information age

Posted: 21st November 2008 by VPN Haus in Posts

We read an interesting piece in the WSJ by Bruce Schneier today… Why Obama Should Keep His BlackBerry – But Won’t Schneier discusses the communication security measures Barack Obama’s lifestyle will have to undergo once he takes office. He brings up a great point in that the heightened security standards within the highest offices of […]