Archive for July, 2011

What We’re Reading, Week of 7/25

Posted: 29th July 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

MercuryNews.com, How to stay safe online while traveling Network World, IT security’s scariest acronym: BYOD, bring your own device Fast Company, It’s Time To Cut Back On “Hack” Help Net Security, Companies Underestimate Costs of Security Breaches BusinessNewsDaily, Is Allowing Employees Remote Access to the Office Creating a Security Threat?   Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

What We're Reading, Week of 7/25

Posted: 29th July 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

MercuryNews.com, How to stay safe online while traveling Network World, IT security’s scariest acronym: BYOD, bring your own device Fast Company, It’s Time To Cut Back On “Hack” Help Net Security, Companies Underestimate Costs of Security Breaches BusinessNewsDaily, Is Allowing Employees Remote Access to the Office Creating a Security Threat?   Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

Next week is Black Hat in Las Vegas, which is one of the world’s biggest shows for techies and hackers. We were lucky to catch up with Travis Carelock, technical director for the show, to chat with him about this year’s show. VPN Haus: What are the expected trends at the this year’s show? What […]

What We’re Reading, Week of 7/18

Posted: 22nd July 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Infosecurity, Data breaches show need for better encryption key, certificate management ComputerworldUK, The Sun hacked: How it happened  Mobile Enterprise, How Secure Is Your Branch Networking? Dark Reading, OMB Issues Security Guidelines For Federal Telecommuters NetworkSecurityEdge, Security Departments Focus on Network Speed over Network Protection Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

What We're Reading, Week of 7/18

Posted: 22nd July 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Infosecurity, Data breaches show need for better encryption key, certificate management ComputerworldUK, The Sun hacked: How it happened  Mobile Enterprise, How Secure Is Your Branch Networking? Dark Reading, OMB Issues Security Guidelines For Federal Telecommuters NetworkSecurityEdge, Security Departments Focus on Network Speed over Network Protection Share this:EmailFacebookPrint