Archive for May, 2010

This one isn’t marketing’s fault, although they didn’t do much to help. We’re talking about NAC and it’s dismal market performance. So what happened and should it be rescued? We’ll tackle this – piece by piece – over the next few weeks. Let’s start with the lack of standards. The Trusted Computing Group’s Trusted Network [...]

What We’re Reading, Week of 5/24

Posted: 27th May 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights
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Computerworld… NAC: What Went Wrong IDG reporter Joel Snyder and his colleagues spent four months in the lab testing the 12 leading network access control (NAC) products, and identified six barriers that have impeded the deployment of NAC within enterprise networks.  They also came to conclusion that “There’s no such thing as ‘best of breed’ [...]

What We're Reading, Week of 5/24

Posted: 27th May 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights
Tags: ,

Computerworld… NAC: What Went Wrong IDG reporter Joel Snyder and his colleagues spent four months in the lab testing the 12 leading network access control (NAC) products, and identified six barriers that have impeded the deployment of NAC within enterprise networks.  They also came to conclusion that “There’s no such thing as ‘best of breed’ [...]

Insecure about Security… The Future of Endpoint Security In this post, analyst, Jon Oltsik, gives us his take on the future of endpoint security.  Some experts believe that AntiVirus is dead and that there is a pressing need for new models, such as cloud security services, white listing, black listing, virtual desktops, etc.  Oltsik disagrees, [...]

Insecure about Security… The Future of Endpoint Security In this post, analyst, Jon Oltsik, gives us his take on the future of endpoint security.  Some experts believe that AntiVirus is dead and that there is a pressing need for new models, such as cloud security services, white listing, black listing, virtual desktops, etc.  Oltsik disagrees, [...]