Archive for September, 2010

As the Mobile Health Expo 2010 gets underway next month, we’ll feature experts on the topic of mobile health. This week, VPN Haus interviews Dr. Ruchi Dass, mHealth champion and council member for the Gerson Lehrman Group, in a three-part series on mobile health. Dass has been involved in specific healthcare IT, e-learning and ICT […]

What We're Reading, Week of 9/20

Posted: 24th September 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights
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CrunchGear, Back To School: Trying Our Best To Stay Safe Online In 2010 CSO, Are You Too Perfect To Be An Effective Security Manager? Download Squad, Google To Make Apps Accounts More Secure With Two-Factor Authentication SearchSecurity, Jaquith on Forrester’s Endpoint Security Management Zero Trust Model Security Management, Network Security’s Achilles Heel: End-User Rights Share […]

What We’re Reading, Week of 9/20

Posted: 24th September 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights
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CrunchGear, Back To School: Trying Our Best To Stay Safe Online In 2010 CSO, Are You Too Perfect To Be An Effective Security Manager? Download Squad, Google To Make Apps Accounts More Secure With Two-Factor Authentication SearchSecurity, Jaquith on Forrester’s Endpoint Security Management Zero Trust Model Security Management, Network Security’s Achilles Heel: End-User Rights Share […]

We continue our conversation with Jennifer Jabbusch, a network security engineer and founder of the blog Security UnCorked who recently tweeted a thought-provoking comment, “NAC is a philosophy, not a technology.” VPN Haus: What do you think caused NAC’s dismal market performance and why do you think it’s changing? Jabbusch: The birth of “Franken-NACs.” I […]

What We're Reading, Week of 9/13

Posted: 17th September 2010 by VPN Haus in Uncategorized

Computerworld, Security Experts Warn of Hot-Spot Dangers The Chief Engineer, Addressing WiFi Issues eSecurityPlanet.com, CCNY Students Feel Sting of Data Security Mishap SmallBusinessComputing.com, Keep Your Small Business Mobile, Connected and Secure Computerworld UK, Oxford University Revamps Remote Access With Tokens Dark Reading, Firewalls Top Purchase Priority In 2010, Survey Says Share this:EmailFacebookPrint