What We're Reading, Week of 12/7

<a href="http://www.rsa.com/blog/blog_entry.aspx?id=1554">VPN Man-in-the-Middle Attacks: Fact or Fiction?</a><br>In this post, Mischel Kwon speaks about the US-CERT warning issued in November about a not yet exploited vulnerability in SSL VPNs by using a

<br>This article by Steve Ragan discusses how businesses will want to protect their employees and their assets while they take their work home with them during the holidays. As more employees work remotely during their time off, holiday travel can presen

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DirectAccess Takes Place of VPN for Windows 7
This post by Gregg Housh discusses Microsoft’s DirectAccess feature for Windows 7, enabling employees to connect to their office network remotely.  There is a greater need for employees to be able to work from remote locations and typically, VPN solutions are used for that purpose. Gregg suggests that DirectAccess is easier to use than a VPN; however, it is only available if your company has upgraded its’ sever to 2008 R2. You can use NCP’s Secure Entry Client with your current equipment without having to upgrade.

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