Offering secure remote access technologies and services

Matt Bossom and Travis Watson, Contributors

Are your customers well equipped for the security implications of telecommuting? This practice has many advantages to businesses, but there are also many security issues that can crop up with telecommuting. Unforeseen circumstances such as natural disasters or flu pandemic could cause an influx of new telecommuters, which in turn could represent a serious information security threat.

In this edition of Patrolling the Channel, Matt Bossom, program manager for Accuvant¹s Technology Solutions practice, and Travis Watson, a solutions engineer at Accuvant, discuss secure remote access technologies and services that VARs can offer customers. You'll learn what kinds of technologies are best for telecommuting security, how you can help customers understand and prepare for the threat of a flu pandemic, as well as what the future of this market holds.

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This was first published in October 2009

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