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The Prize for Smart Cities is to Secure a Sustainable Future

At the beginning of October, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued its special report on the impact of climate change. The report contains grim warnings for politicians worldwide...

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The Cloud Presents New Risks for Financial Services

The world’s major financial institutions know the winds of change are here. They are well aware that if they stick to traditional banking methods underpinned by decades-old technology they will be...

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Forces push data privacy to the forefront

Until very recently, data privacy has never ranked very high in the public consciousness. In opinion polls last year, people were nearly split evenly when asked about the need for stricter regulations...

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Key risks for enterprises committing sensitive data to the cloud

Economic benefits of migrating enterprise IT environments to services providers are starting to outweigh the security concerns hovering over cloud computing. Until recently, organizations have...

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Why Outsourcing Remote Access Management Isn't the Answer for SMBs

"How do you keep your data secure when you're a data anchovy in a sea of hacker sharks?"

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The Cloud is Covered: VPNs Enhance Data Security in the Cloud

Cloud computing not only introduces a new level of flexibility for enterprise IT services, but it often improves data security, too. A cloud provider that has to adhere to stringent privacy and...

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RSA 2011: Video Interview with Walter Conway

VPN Haus spoke to Walter Conway of 403 Labs on the show floor at RSA 2011, and he said “cloud, cloud, cloud” is this year’s key trend.

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RSA 2011 Update: First Full Day Brings Big Crowds, Big Issues

The first full day of RSA 2011 kicked off yesterday with big crowds. The halls were consistently bustling, the floor traffic was heavy, and the lines for coffee stretched for what seemed like an...

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