Archive for February, 2009

what we’re reading, week of 2/23

Posted: 26th February 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From around the blogosphere… In recent months security breaches and PCI compliance have been blogged about all over the Internet …still. Here are three more we thought were insightful. P.S. check out our PCI-DSS Resource tab ZDNet Will the real [Breach X] please stand up? Mike Rothman did a guest post for Zero Day this [...]

what we're reading, week of 2/23

Posted: 26th February 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From around the blogosphere… In recent months security breaches and PCI compliance have been blogged about all over the Internet …still. Here are three more we thought were insightful. P.S. check out our PCI-DSS Resource tab ZDNet Will the real [Breach X] please stand up? Mike Rothman did a guest post for Zero Day this [...]

Security, privacy, and taxes

Posted: 26th February 2009 by VPN Haus in Posts

As if paying taxes wasn’t bad enough… Recently, the Washington Post reported that the IRS expects an increase in tax-related scams and viruses leading up to the April 15 filing deadline: The most common type of scam arrives via e-mails claiming to come from the IRS or Treasury Department. They typically try to either scare [...]

what we're reading, week of 2/16

Posted: 19th February 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Security networking issues were light this week; here are two conversation starters we think are a sign of things to come. From Rational Survivability… Microsoft’s Windows Mobile moves: Too little, too late Microsoft announced its My Phone at Mobile World Congress earlier this week (with more than 20,000 applications!). We see this, combined with the [...]

what we’re reading, week of 2/16

Posted: 19th February 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Security networking issues were light this week; here are two conversation starters we think are a sign of things to come. From Rational Survivability… Microsoft’s Windows Mobile moves: Too little, too late Microsoft announced its My Phone at Mobile World Congress earlier this week (with more than 20,000 applications!). We see this, combined with the [...]