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Whenever news of a network security breach reaches the public airwaves, observers are quick to assign blame to some combination of technological shortcomings and human error that allowed an attacker to slip through the victim’s cyber defenses. When it comes to remote access in particular, network security is even more dependent on technology like VPNs, and […]

Even just a decade or two ago, it would have been unfathomable to think that sometime in the near future, workers would be upset that their employer was requiring them to work in the same office as the rest of their team. Then again, so too would the concept of BYOD and the idea that […]

Healthcare Data Today: In Motion or Out of Control?

Posted: 28th October 2014 by VPN Haus in IT policy, VPN
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From October 2009 through the present day, one industry alone has reported 900 different breaches. And none of those 900 were limited in their scope – in each, at least 500 individuals were affected. Who knows how many other smaller breaches happened, without public knowledge. The industry we’re describing probably isn’t any of the ones you […]

In August, it happened again: a headline-grabbing warning that 1.2 billion passwords had been stolen by a Russian cyber gang, dubbed CyberVor, caused quite a stir. While questions were raised about the legitimacy of the CyberVor report and the scant details surrounding it, wh In the past, these types of events did not even make it […]

As convenient as it would be for businesses to have all their IT service providers working on-site, just down the hall, that’s not always possible. That’s why secure remote access is a component frequently found in the digital toolboxes of service providers that offer maintenance, troubleshooting and support from locations other than where the product […]