Archive for October, 2011

What We're Reading, Week of 10/24

Posted: 28th October 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

InfoWorld, Interest in IPv6 booms despite puny traffic levels SearchEnterpriseWAN.com,  VPN security breaches: How to avoid them eSecurity Planet, The Save Traveler’s VPN Shopping Guide Channel Insider, Top Tales of IT Terror   Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

What We’re Reading, Week of 10/24

Posted: 28th October 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

InfoWorld, Interest in IPv6 booms despite puny traffic levels SearchEnterpriseWAN.com,  VPN security breaches: How to avoid them eSecurity Planet, The Save Traveler’s VPN Shopping Guide Channel Insider, Top Tales of IT Terror   Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

Editor’s Note: For part one, click here. By Daniel P. Dern So, how does a company add IPv6 support? “Your operating systems have to be IPv6-ready,” said Rainer Enders, CTO, Americas, for NCP engineering. “Your network providers have to support IPv6, in a secure way. Check whether they support native IPv6 end-to-end, for a full […]

Editor’s Note: For part one, click here. By Daniel P. Dern So, how does a company add IPv6 support? “Your operating systems have to be IPv6-ready,” said Rainer Enders, CTO, Americas, for NCP engineering. “Your network providers have to support IPv6, in a secure way. Check whether they support native IPv6 end-to-end, for a full […]

By Daniel P. Dern What does the coming of IPv6 mean for companies relying on IPsec for secure site-to-site and remote VPN connections to the company network? “Nothing would change,” says Rainer Enders, CTO, Americas, for NCP engineering. “From an end-user point of view, there is zero impact at the application layer. Using IPv6 instead […]