Archive for April, 2009

what we’re reading, week of 4/27

Posted: 30th April 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From around the blogosphere… With the Swine Flu outbreak spreading companies may have to send employees home, and have them work remotely. If these companies do not have a telework plan in place, employees will not be able to work as normal causing much trouble for these companies. Here are three articles which discuss companies’ [...]

what we're reading, week of 4/27

Posted: 30th April 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From around the blogosphere… With the Swine Flu outbreak spreading companies may have to send employees home, and have them work remotely. If these companies do not have a telework plan in place, employees will not be able to work as normal causing much trouble for these companies. Here are three articles which discuss companies’ [...]

On the ground at RSA 2009

Posted: 23rd April 2009 by VPN Haus in Endpoint Management, Posts

We’ve had some great conversations so far at this year’s RSA Conference. While attendance at the show is down (as has been widely discussed across the web), foot traffic in our area has seen a large increase. Stoppers-by have been equally interested in discussing both the client- and management sides of endpoint security. In the [...]

what we’re reading, week of 4/20

Posted: 23rd April 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From around the blogosphere… Within the last week, much has happened on the West coast during the RSA conference. Our Simon Ford, Rene Poot and Jochen Gundelfinger all went to RSA and represented NCP. Let’s not waste any time and jump right in to RSA’s highlights. Network Security Blog Security Bloggers Meetup 2009 Martin McKeay [...]

what we're reading, week of 4/20

Posted: 23rd April 2009 by VPN Haus in Highlights

From around the blogosphere… Within the last week, much has happened on the West coast during the RSA conference. Our Simon Ford, Rene Poot and Jochen Gundelfinger all went to RSA and represented NCP. Let’s not waste any time and jump right in to RSA’s highlights. Network Security Blog Security Bloggers Meetup 2009 Martin McKeay [...]