Archive for February, 2012

We recently introduced Joe the CIO as he navigated the world of remote access. Now Joe is on another adventure, this time tackling complex remote access issues in the cloud. As a network administrator of a large company, Joe has to tend to various remote access VPN tasks, a growing data center, and rising labor costs. […]

Readers’ Poll – Security Threats to Your Business

Posted: 24th February 2012 by VPN Haus in Readers' Poll

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Readers' Poll – Security Threats to Your Business

Posted: 24th February 2012 by VPN Haus in Readers' Poll

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By Nicholas Greene Earlier this week, I wrote about the importance of using VPNs at trade shows. Building on that, I wanted to expand on VPN implementations. Firstly, like anything else, VPN implementations aren’t perfect. A VPN tends to leave more traffic exposed than WEP, WPA, and WPA2, so preventing data leakage before launching the tunnel […]

Staying Secure at Trade Shows

Posted: 21st February 2012 by VPN Haus in IT policy, Shows
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By Nicholas Greene With RSA 2012 kicking off next week, then Interop and BlackHat just around the corner after that – we are officially in trade show season. Of course, every show brings with it the challenge of connecting to its official Wi-Fi connection to plug back into corporate headquarters to do everything from email […]