Archive for November, 2011

Onto the next post in our series debunking SSL myths. Today’s myth: Java Authentication and Authorization Services (JAAS) framework handles all protocols and mechanisms in a secure manner. The Internet resources and SOA Web pages are Web applications. As such, they make use of the JAAS framework, which is a user-centric authentication and authorization collection […]

Editor’s Note: This is part 2 in a series, “FDE and VPN: Don’t Throw out the Security Baby with the Legacy Bathwater.” For part one, click here. What’s the alternative to VPN? For adequate security, Welch seems to be relying on HTTPS (hypertext transfer protocol secure). HTTPS combines conventional Web HTTP with security protocol SSL/TLS […]

What We’re Reading, Week of 11/14

Posted: 18th November 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Dark Reading, Survey: Half of Firewall Rules Improperly Configured PC World, Lock Down Your Wi-Fi Network: 8 Tips for Small Businesses InformationWeek, The iPhone 4S: Ready for Business Infosec Island, Ten Tips to Stay Safe on Cyber Monday Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

What We're Reading, Week of 11/14

Posted: 18th November 2011 by VPN Haus in Highlights

Dark Reading, Survey: Half of Firewall Rules Improperly Configured PC World, Lock Down Your Wi-Fi Network: 8 Tips for Small Businesses InformationWeek, The iPhone 4S: Ready for Business Infosec Island, Ten Tips to Stay Safe on Cyber Monday Share this:EmailFacebookPrint

By Cameron Laird In “Die, VPN! We’re all ‘telecommuters’ now–and IT must adjust,” John C. Welch accurately describes much of the changing landscape through which corporate computing is traveling now: Work is as likely to take place outside the office as in; Work in some domains has become as likely to take place on an […]