Archive for the ‘IPsec’ Category

A recent study has come to light which shows that although remote support tools are being increasingly implemented within enterprises, IT decision-makers are uncertain about their safety. They should be, and for good reason. The study, conducted by Bomgar and Ovum, focused on the challenges that enterprises face in providing remote support to employees who [...]

The need for a comprehensive remote access security framework cannot be emphasized enough. Those looking for proof of this concept need look no further than the recent Adobe hacking, and the chilling implications it has on network security. Our previous two posts in this series have discussed why the proliferation of mobile devices has made [...]

In recent years, remote access security has become a major focus of IT departments in businesses small and large. The rapid growth in the use of smartphones and tablet computers, the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) trend and an increasing number of companies allowing employees to work from home have all but assured this. VPNs, as such, have [...]

Despite the rise of the bring-your-own-device (BYOD) movement in recent years, Apple’s popular iPhone and iPad haven’t really been geared toward making the lives of enterprise IT administrators any easier. However, with several new business-centric features now included in the upcoming iOS 7 release, that could all be about to change. Apple is billing the [...]

We’ve given Android at lot of attention over the past year, and rightfully so. The operating system is, after all, the most widely used in the world. Yet, with each version and new feature that Google rolls out, the security of mobile devices with older Android releases falls farther down the priority ladder, and unfortunately [...]