Archive for December, 2010

VPN Haus continues its conversation with Thomas Cannon, a security researcher who made news last month when he discovered a vulnerability on the Android OS that could make devices susceptible to data theft. After finding the threat, Cannon alerted Google, receiving a response from their security team in 20 minutes. In his blog, Cannon points out, [...]

What We’re Reading, Week of 12/20

Posted: 23rd December 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights
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Information Week, 10 Steps To Mobile Worker Support PC World, Crack Your Own Passwords for Better Security Wi-FI Planet, 2010 in Wi-Fi: the Year in Review ZDNet UK, What’s Changed Since 2001? Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

What We're Reading, Week of 12/20

Posted: 23rd December 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights
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Information Week, 10 Steps To Mobile Worker Support PC World, Crack Your Own Passwords for Better Security Wi-FI Planet, 2010 in Wi-Fi: the Year in Review ZDNet UK, What’s Changed Since 2001? Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

This week, we feature the final post in our series with Shahid Shah, an enterprise software analyst that specializes in healthcare IT with an emphasis on e-health, EMRs, data integration, and legacy modernization.  He is also founder of the popular Healthcare IT Guy blog. VPN Haus: When we last spoke, you said mobile phones will [...]

What We’re Reading, Week of 12/13

Posted: 17th December 2010 by VPN Haus in Highlights
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Internet News, OpenBSD Backdoored by the FBI? Computerworld, Look, It Makes Them FEEL More Secure, OK? Network World, What You Should Know About Next Generation Firewalls Enterprise Network Planet, IPv4 Space Continues to Dwindle Share this:EmailFacebookPrint