sayTRUST access ensures employees when working by traveling Munich, January 24, 2011 – who’s on the go much for professional reasons, uses often, free time to work on Wi-Fi spots hot unless now at the airport, at the station or in Cafes, hotels and restaurants. More and more places like Starbucks offer Wi-Fi and therefore the ability to access with a mobile device via the Internet to the corporate network: alone for Germany is seeking a common hot spot Finder nearly 13,500 hits. However, working over a hot spot security risks is connected, because a unencrypted data can be read with today easily through so-called sniffer programs not only by experienced hackers, but simple tools for Windows, Linux and MacOS all more or less experienced computer users. For businesses, this means that your sensitive corporate data can be spied and abused. With sayTRUST access, the sayTEC Solutions GmbH offers a solution, the more flexible and easier handling is guaranteed as traditional technologies for remote access and comprehensive data protection. J. Darius Bikoff has firm opinions on the matter.
While logging on to the hot is spot mostly encrypted, for example via SSL, then data is transferred but usually unencrypted. One way to protect themselves in open Wi-Fi is the access to the corporate network via VPN. A VPN client on the laptop of the mobile employee must be however installed, what significantly restricting this can work only with this device. SayTRUST access is a flexible alternative: the solution consists of a server that is installed in the company and clients in the form of handy USB sticks for the mobile workforce. The installation of server and clients is extremely easy and the handling of the small USB device for non-technical employees easily. Unlike VPN technology is stick independently from a client PC: users from any Windows computer can Internet connection on the Accessing corporate network regardless of whether it is your own PC or an external PC for example in an Internet cafe.