Archive for August, 2011

By Bernd Reder Microsoft’s DirectAccess allows users to access a company’s IT system from a Windows computer, without using a VPN — but by using IPsec to secure the connection and all data transferred in the communication. In contrast to a VPN, a DirectAccess client sets up a connection to the corresponding server after it [...]

By Bernd Reder Microsoft’s DirectAccess allows users to access a company’s IT system from a Windows computer, without using a VPN — but by using IPsec to secure the connection and all data transferred in the communication. In contrast to a VPN, a DirectAccess client sets up a connection to the corresponding server after it [...]

VPN Haus: What vertical industries are asking for tools to secure mobile devices or remote access? I would think healthcare would be big on this list. Desmet: That’s a great question. Without question, security and mobility go hand-in-hand with healthcare. As medical practices advance, technology is enabling us to receive even better treatment. For a [...]

What We’re Reading, Week of 8/22

Posted: 26th August 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Dark Reading, Baking Security Into Open WiFi Networks NetworkWorld, Stronger IPsec VPN Configurations Needed eWeek, Global Mobile-Security Market Worth $14.4B in 2017: Report Computerworld, Security Manager’s Journal: Keeping the DMZ safe Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

What We're Reading, Week of 8/22

Posted: 26th August 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Dark Reading, Baking Security Into Open WiFi Networks NetworkWorld, Stronger IPsec VPN Configurations Needed eWeek, Global Mobile-Security Market Worth $14.4B in 2017: Report Computerworld, Security Manager’s Journal: Keeping the DMZ safe Share this:EmailFacebookPrint