Posts Tagged ‘WiFi’

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 […]

Myth 6: RSA SecurID provides a secure connection.

Posted: 12th December 2011 by VPN Haus in SSL
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Today’s SSL myth tackles the topic of RSA SecurID. The prevailing myth is that RSA SecurID provides a secure connection – but of course, this isn’t so.  The RSA SecurID token authentication system is a two-factor authentication method, which is the most common secure access method in the U.S. with 40 million users. The RSA […]

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 […]

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 […]

By Sylvia Rosen Imagine, you’re at the train station on your way to an important meeting. While you’re waiting, you’re drafting an urgent email. Just before you hit the send button, your wireless connection is lost – and with it, you lose your VPN connection and the link to your office email. Frustrated, you log […]