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Webinar on Secure Remote Access

We will be doing a webinar with NopSec, one of our re-sellers on Securing Remote Access with Open Source Solutions.  Please sign up! 

Securing Google Apps for Your Domain

I think there are two markets for Google Apps for your domain.  One is in education where you want to get the management of student accounts off your shoulders.  The other is real companies that like the web, use the web and want to cloud-source their infrastructure.  Twitter is clearly one of the latter and they recently realized the risks they were taking in doing so

VMware image for the Community Edition released

We have just released a VMware image of the WiKID Strong Authentication Server Community Edition.  While we have offered up the Enterprise version of our two-factor authentication server as a VMware image for some time, this is the first for the open-source community server.  The reason for the delay was Sun's restrictive licensing for thier JDK.   OpenJDK has made great strides recently and seems to do the job.  While I would hesistate to use it in a corporate production environment, it is a great way to test WiKID. 

New python-based command line software token

Our friends at Hurricane Labs have created a version of the WiKID PC software token in python.  

The UK's Government Connect program

The UK government has rolled out an information security program called Government Connect focusing on increasing the security of connections between local governments and the central governments.  To be approved local governments need to meet the Code of Connection (aka CoCo), which requires two-factor authentication. 

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