Archive for the ‘VPN’ Category

By now, you’ve likely heard about the recently discovered Heartbleed bug. At its simplest, this bug allows cyber criminals to exploit a flaw in technology that encrypts sensitive information, making all types of communications sent over an “HTTPS” connection, including emails and online credit card payments, as easy for them to read as this sentence. [...]

Virtual Private Networks as a Service (VPNaaS), Managed Security Service Providers (MSSP) and Cloud Remote Access are different solutions addressing the same market requirement – the ability for remote employees to securely access corporate networks via the Internet with a managed solution.  Many enterprises have realized the benefits of using cloud services in other areas [...]

At one point or another, we’ve all been blindsided by news that has literally changed our lives. Though we’re often left momentarily stunned, it’s imperative to figure out how to adjust and carry on. It’s not always easy, but you know the expression – where there’s a will, there’s a way. However, the discontinuation of [...]

When most people think of threats to their computer systems and networks, the usual suspects come to mind — malware and keystroke loggers that are meant to steal passwords to remotely access corporate networks and online accounts. Then, of course, there are the viruses designed simply for the sake of destruction, rendering one’s computer little [...]

This year, with cryptography and information security becoming higher profile than ever before, more than 25,000 attendees made the trip to San Francisco for RSA Conference, which was filled to the brim with interesting discussions of new trends, research and technology. Despite several prominent experts boycotting the event in light of the $10 million the [...]